HKFWS takes a “Family-centric” perspective for service development. We believe family is paramount and devote ourselves to strengthen family wellbeing. Regardless of family backgrounds or facing difficulties, we are pleased to provide support. We also utilise community resources to alleviate their imminent hardships. Some advices are provided by our professional team derived from their past working experience here for your reference when you are in need.


My husband spends all his time at home playing video games and is reluctant to share any housework or help the children with their school work. How can I make him take up his parenting responsibilities?

My daughter who is in primary four always loses her temper recently. She even said she wants to kill herself. I worried that she has emotional problems and desperate to learn. How can I help her?

My daughter who always obtained excellent grades, moved up to Secondary One in a traditional prestigious school recently. I am delighted and plan to arrange tutoring teachers and interest classes for her, so that she can adapt to the new curriculum as soon as possible and achieve good results in her studies. However, when school year is about to start, she tells me that she don’t want to go to school. She is afraid that she won't be able to keep up with the progress of the course, and she is even more worried about meeting new friends. How can I help her deal with negative emotions, and boost her self-confidence?