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In order to promote awareness among people on special needs and to give support to the parents and also among the Special Need Community, Hatching Center often organize workshops and events. When peoples with the similar problem meet together there is a sense of community. Please stay in connect with us by joining us as 'Hatchier', so that you could get update on latest event and workshop. You are not alone...
Free Educational Talk: “Sexuality Education - A Reproductive Health & Social Education for Children and Teenagers”
Free Educational Talk:"Think beyond here-and-now: using stories as the foundation to social interaction and conversation".
Free Educational Talk: "Behavioural Management - is it behavioural or sensory-based?”
March Holiday Programme (Space and Planets)
"Our Voice"- Fundraising Concert
The first-ever “Our Voice” Concert was a fundraising initiative led by Hatching’s Parents Teachers Association, in collaboration with the very talented PJ Philharmonic Orchestra (PJPO). The culmination of this concert has showcased meaningful voices of Hatching children and musical talents of PJPO in an uplifting performance and inspiring way of spreading the underlying societal message of love, understanding, tolerance, respect and acceptance for children with special needs.
This wonderful evening of musical and symphony event was for a charitable cause in supporting Hatching students in their learning and honing of essential life skills through Project Cafes at our centers.
Sexuality Education - A Reproductive Health & Social Education for Children and Teenagers
In another Hatching series of Free Educational Talks for Hatching Parents, “Sexuality Education - A Reproductive Health & Social Education for Children and Teenagers” Workshop was conducted. This fascinating yet challenging topic was presented by Hatching Group’s Occupational Therapist, Mr Shahrizal Bin Selamat.
In the workshop, key aspects and topic of interests pertaining to the development of sexuality in children and adolescence were discussed including safe touch, relationship circle, body changes and puberty as well as body safety and personal hygiene.
National Day Celebration
For our National Day Celebration in Hatching, our students came dressed in colours of “Jalur Gemilang”. In this meaningful event, our students learned about the freedom and independence gained for Malaysia. Together they expressed their patriotism with shouts of “Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka! and by raising the Malaysian flags on top of singing the National anthem.
Annual Sport and Family Day
Hatching Group’s exciting Annual Sports and Family Day was back again in Taman Botani Kepong. Our children from Kelana Jaya Center and Cheras Center came together for a fun-filled and family bonding session.
Everyone took part in various interesting tele-match games and fun play-based activities featuring different learning elements and physical skills. After the participation of all activities, the winners were beaming with pride with their well-earned prizes. This was followed by an enjoyable time of picnic with their families.
H&M Shopping Outing & Hatching PROM
A shopping outing to H&M Paradigm Mall was arranged for our students. As part of the learning outcome, students were taught to identify and differentiate gender appropriate outfits and accessories according to the types of occasion. The purchased outfits were worn for next day’s special event- Hatching PROM.
Our first-ever Hatching PROM was organised involving dance and a pot-luck style spread. Students were all well-dressed and in competition for the title of PROM King and Queen.
Think beyond here-and-now: using stories as the foundation to social interaction and conversation
An insightful workshop conducted by our experienced Speech Therapists- Ms Looi Wei Li and Ms Shervyn Shee on the topic of "Think beyond here-and-now: using stories as the foundation to social interaction and conversation".
Practical and effective strategies were shared in this session particularly on the use of a variety of child-directed language during social interaction and using conversations as stories to improve children's vocabulary and language skills. Parents and teachers were able to explore techniques to set up the children for success at school and home.
Teacher's Day- Global and Local Culture
In appreciation to our awesome teachers in Hatching, our Teacher’s Day themed “Global and Local Culture” brought vibrant celebration of a myriad of cultural diversity, delicacies and fun-learning activities for our students. Teachers and children alike have the opportunities to immerse themselves in diverse cultural experiences as part of this unique learning programme in Hatching.
Behavioural Management - is it behavioural or sensory-based?
This workshop essentially aimed to explore the physiological and emotional cause of the underlying behavioural issues and sensory needs related to children with special needs. Presented by our Occupational Therapists and Child Psychologist, the insightful session discussed on how behaviour is affected by sensory inputs and coping techniques to support children to thrive in their learning environment.
It was an invaluable platform for the parents and teachers presenting with opportunities for them to discuss different scenarios and possible triggers. Most importantly, this session enabled them to reframe behaviour together and solve problem areas to help the children with a variety of sensory needs.
OKU Card - "Things You May Not Know”
An informative talk about “OKU Card - Things You May Not Know” organised for Hatching parents to understand about benefits, importance, misconception, impact and process of OKU card. This talk was presented by the representative from Department of Social Welfare, Hulu Langat.
It was a great and beneficial avenue for our parents to obtain the first-hand information about OKU card from the relevant authority. Parents were able to raise and discuss key pertinent questions during the Q&A session.
Water play and Trampoline Park
This Holiday Programme brought an overload of fun for our students in an outing to The Club’s swimming pool and Trampoline Park. From the guided play of splashing in the pools to the energetic physical activities of jumping and bouncing on the trampolines, it was all fun and full of enjoyment for everyone.