Caregivers of children with special needs 'may face burnout or feel emotionally burdened': SG Enable

SG Enable is a local agency dedicated to helping persons with disabilities.

23/1/2022 1:40:00 PM

Caregivers of children with special needs 'may face burnout or feel emotionally burdened': SG Enable

SG Enable is a local agency dedicated to helping persons with disabilities.

Caregivers of children with special needs"may face burnout"In aFacebook poston Sunday (Jan. 23), SG Enable said that it is saddened to hear of the case."Caring for children with special needs can be stressful and caregivers may face burnout or feel emotionally burdened," it added.

SG Enable also encouraged caregivers to stay connected with loved ones through phone or video calls, and to reach out to social service agencies for help with caring for children or wards with disabilities.

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High pressure. Hope more help That doesn't give any1 the right to kill. If u hv given birth to a special need child n u can't afford to tk care, atleast give up for adoption or seek assistance. Def there are so many organisations to help. U brought them to this world, they nvr choose to, so be responsible.

It's mentally torturous giving if... Whatever helps the government agency is now offering to parents of special needs children, with this incident, is not enough. The agency must review and improve on assistance given.

Caring for kids with special needs can be stressful, says SG Enable after deaths of two 11-year-old boysWow, a new low it's tiring, stressful, sometimes feel you are all alone and has to be self reliant and can only depend on yourself to stay strong. even your close family members won't or can't understand what you are going thru. You put them in an hospice. You certainly don’t murder them. What kind of flimsy excuse is this? Other people around the planet deal with children with special needs and they don’t succumb to murder, just what kind of lame excuse is this? HELLO.

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Caring for kids with special needs can be stressful, says SG Enable after deaths of two 11-year-old boysWow, a new low it's tiring, stressful, sometimes feel you are all alone and has to be self reliant and can only depend on yourself to stay strong. even your close family members won't or can't understand what you are going thru. You put them in an hospice. You certainly don’t murder them. What kind of flimsy excuse is this? Other people around the planet deal with children with special needs and they don’t succumb to murder, just what kind of lame excuse is this? HELLO.

Migrant workers in dorms encouraged to clear their own trash as part of SG Clean DayWork clear trash go home clear trash 👍 Aka inmates cleaning their own jail. 2 years of apartheid snd counting.

11-year-old twins found dead at Greenridge Crescent were special needs kids, lived nearby: Chinese mediaMore details have emerged. U vultures: do not show photo of the family. Don’t u have any deontology? Most of these types reports are reported by Chinese media .. Is English media busy in parroting? It's really saddening, parents with/without special care needs children pls have a lookout on them all the time, it's no more as safe as we think..May God give the parents more strength to overcome this. If someone had done this, is juz heartless!

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on Saturday (Jan. 22) for the alleged murder of his sons. Caregivers of children with special needs"may face burnout" In a Facebook post on Sunday (Jan. 23), SG Enable said that it is saddened to hear of the case. "Caring for children with special needs can be stressful and caregivers may face burnout or feel emotionally burdened," it added. SG Enable also encouraged caregivers to stay connected with loved ones through phone or video calls, and to reach out to social service agencies for help with caring for children or wards with disabilities. More information on support groups can be found