HKFWS reaches youngsters in their campuses. With the aim of "strengthening families", we provide professional counselling service to nurture youngsters’ holistic development. Stepping into the Generation Z, youngsters indulge in internet, which creates family conflicts and parenting problems. Our social workers help youngsters facilitate their communications with parents and relieve family tension to promote mutual respect and understanding among family members.

Online Learning

My daughter has just promoted to primary school. She said she always feels exhausted after taking online courses and has difficulties in concentrating on her studies. What can I do to make her to become more attentive but without dampening her interest in her studies?


Primary one students require more time to adapt to the new school curriculum, and long hours of online courses would undoubtedly make them feel exhausted. Children's concentration level is relatively lower than that of adult, therefore, recess time is very significant for them to recharge after taking a series of online courses. Parents can do eye exercises, play games, eat snacks, and drink water, etc. together with their children during recess.

In addition to these, it is suggested that parents and children work out a timetable together to accommodate both their studies and leisure activities as a safeguard to their physical and mental health. Taking junior primary students as an example, the World Health Organization and the United Nations Children's Fund proposes 30 minutes of exercise, 60 minutes of play and parent-child interaction. Meanwhile, parents can monitor their children's rest time to ensure that they have enough sleep and rest, which can enhance their concentration when taking online courses.

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