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About Trauma Network for Children (TNC)

The Trauma Network for Children (TNC) programme is a collaboration between KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH) and Temasek Foundation. It aims to enhance the capability of the Singapore community in providing psychosocial support to children, youth, and their families after crises or traumatic events. The TNC is committed to developing resources and creating learning opportunities for our community to be more trauma-informed. This network also provides a platform where trauma-trained professionals and individuals in the community come together regularly to connect, and share trauma and crisis related knowledge, practice and resources.

For the next three years, the Trauma Network for Children programme will focus on the following goals:

- To develop a community crisis response plan, that will enhance current psychosocial support for children and families experiencing varying types of crises and traumatic events in the community.

- To build up the capability of the Trauma Network for Children (TNC), through continued education opportunities for helping professionals, educators and lay individuals in trauma and crisis informed support and interventions.

- To deliver informational talks to parents, teachers, and school leaders of preschool children, with the aim of helping adults enhance the psychological resiliency of preschool children, through teaching adults to recognise signs of distress in preschool children, and how to provide a supportive response to buffer children from the impact of crisis or trauma. Efforts also include the development of resources that parents, and teachers can use with preschool children after crisis or trauma.


About KK Women's and Children's Hospital

KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital has evolved over the decades, since its founding in 1858, into a leader in Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Neonatology. Today, the 830-bed hospital is a referral centre providing tertiary services to manage high-risk conditions in women and children.

A team of about 500 specialists adopt a compassionate, multi-disciplinary and holistic approach to treatment, and harness the latest medical innovations and technology to deliver the best medical care possible.

As an Academic Medical Centre, KKH believes that world-class clinical training and research are imperative in raising the standard of care. Hence, the Hospital has adopted a culture of innovation as it achieves world-class clinical leadership. KKH is a major teaching hospital for Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. The hospital also runs the largest specialist training programme for Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Paediatrics in Singapore. Both programmes are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education International (ACGME-I), and are highly rated for the high quality of clinical teaching and the commitment to translational research.

As we continually raise the bar on clinical excellence, we are sensitive to our patients’ needs for a pleasant hospital experience – one where they receive seamless service and enjoy the warmth of compassionate care in a healing environment.

For more information about KKH, please visit us at https://www.kkh.com.sg.


About Temasek Foundation

Temasek Foundation supports a diverse range of programmes that uplift lives and communities in Singapore and beyond. Temasek Foundation's programmes, made possible through philanthropic endowmends gifted by Temasek, strive towards achieving positive outcomes for individuals and communities now, and for generations to come. 

Collectively, our programmes strengthen social resilience, foster international exchange and regional capabilities, and advance science and nature. 

For more information about Temasek Foundation, please visit us at https://www.temasekfoundation.org.sg.

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100 Bukit Timah Road
Singapore (229899)



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In the event of an emergency, please call Samaritans of Singapore (1800 221 4444), or go to the A&E department of your nearest hospital.

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