Individuals with special needs

  • Why Focus

In this society, there are numerous special groups that need attention.

In my experience as a teacher and parent, many children have hidden or unrecognized developmental imbalances that can be improved through psychological therapy or special support. However, because they are labeled as problematic children or underachievers, both schools and parents are troubled by this group of children.

  • Our Goal

Currently, the foundation is based on past causes and effects, and we continue to focus on the family relationships of children with reading disabilities, as well as groups with mild cerebral palsy and Down syndrome who have the ability to be encouraged to live a normal life.

  • Our Work

        The Love Volunteer Club

The Love Volunteer Club collaborates with the If Love Second-hand Market. Sunshine Kids are the disabled individuals in our community. They have a childlike attitude given to them by nature, along with an eternal radiant smile.

When we first met them at the end of 2007, their innocent and eager gaze made us brave enough to shake their hands, which were so weak and frail. We were reluctant to let go, and at that moment, we decided that we were willing to do everything in our power to help them.

The Sunshine Kids Club, established by the foundation, aims to gather Sunshine Kids, from students to those who have just entered the workforce, and recruit caring volunteers to accompany them in various activities, engage in conversations, and help them integrate into society.

Our goal is to help Sunshine Kids: integrate into society, shine their own light, explore their potential, build confidence, and live a better life, allowing all participants to grow together in love and being loved, helping and being helped.

The Seeds of Love

For a long time, consulting a psychologist was considered abnormal and associated with mental illness, which hindered parents from seeking help through psychological counseling. Just like the body can catch a cold, the mind also needs a doctor to help with recovery. 

Therefore, we made a vow to hold free psychological lectures for a year, focusing on learning disabilities and family relationships, to provide an opportunity for all interested and concerned parents who have reservations about psychological counseling, especially face-to-face communication with psychologists, to participate and demystify psychological counseling.

In 2015, we invited nearly 30 well-known psychological counseling experts from Shanghai to conduct various lectures and workshops on different topics related to the same issue. We called this the “Seed of Love” initiative, which aimed to open up new perspectives on family education.

It may not have had an immediate impact at the time, but eventually, this seed of love would sprout and nourish those around us with the fragrance of love. Since March 2015, we have persisted in holding over 40 events, attracting over 5000 participants to join this initiative of the seed of love.

  • Some themes of the lecture

3.7 Ye Bin: How to Improve Children’s Learning Ability

3.16 Chen Mo: Mother, the Cornerstone of a Child’s Growth

3.21 Yi An: Stepmother Takes Me to the Journey to the West

3.29 Xia Xuemei: What Kind of Learning Lays the Foundation for a Child’s Future

4.4 You Ba: Smooth Transition from Zero to Primary School

4.12 Chen Xiaoya: Willpower and Its Cultivation

4.19 Zhang Qi: Rewards and Punishments in Education Management

4.26 Fu Xiaoping: Educating Children, Fathers Must Not Be Absent

5.2 Chen Mo: How to Make Children Willingly Learn

5.9 Liu Cuilian: Autonomy and Intimacy in Adolescence

5.16 Chen Xiaoya: Willpower Traps in Adolescence

5.23 Xu Jun: Adolescent Development, Rebellion, and Parents’ Growth

5.30 Zhu Dingcheng: Regulating Adolescent Bodies – The Relationship between the Five Organs and Emotions

6.6 One-on-One Free Case Consultation

6.13 One-on-One Free Case Consultation

6.20 Rong Rong: The Joyful Journey of a Female Anchor Mom

6.27 Zhang Jingfen: How to Cultivate Reading Habits and Reading Skills

7.4 Fu Xiaoping: Parents Who Play with Children Are Good Parents

7.18 Ma Xinbo: Cultivating Children with Tranquility and Focus

8.1 Sun Juncai: Joyfully Raising Happy Children

8.8 Liu Tingting: Let Laughter Accompany Children as They Grow Up

8.15 Dr. Zhang Zheng: Blossoming Adolescence, Words Only Spoken to You

8.22 Wu Yanxia: Welcoming New Life

8.29 Wei Mu: From Gaming to World Transformation

9.5 Dr. Liu Cheng: Enhancing Kindergarten Children’s Concentration, Are You Ready?

9.12 Teacher Jingyuan: My Beautiful Agreement with the High School Entrance Examination

9.19 Teacher Zou: How to Unlock the Door to Overseas Universities

9.26 Chen Xiaoya: What Can We Do for Children’s Happiness Aged 6-12?

10.17 Dr. Jingfen: The Seed of Happiness – How to Cultivate Children’s Reading Ability

10.24 Teacher Jiang Fan: Sleep Aids in Enhancing Overall Learning Efficiency

10.31 Li Shuzhen: When I Truly See You – The Satir Model and Building High-Quality Intimate Relationships

11.14 Adrian from the UK: Analysis of the Latest Private School Rankings in the UK in 2015

11.21 Yang Tangying: How to Truly Listen – A Brief Sharing on the Art of Listening

11.28 Liu Tingting: How to Cultivate Good Study Habits in Children

12.5 Dr. Yao Yuhong: Name Legends and Family Therapy

12.12 Zhu Zhenwen: Parents and Children Meditate Together for Emotional Balance and Positive Mindset

12.19 Discussion Salon: Common Parenting Misconceptions for Children Aged 0-3

12.26 Teacher Jingyuan: Good Habits and Bad Habits

1.9 Tong Tong’s Mom: Parent-Child Reading and Picture Book Selection

1.16 Teacher Ye Zi: Tracing Back to the Source, Understanding a Child’s Inner Psychological Needs through Behavior

1.23 Chen Jun: The Influence of Family Communication Patterns on Children

1.30 Shen Qiong: Seeing Oneself

2.4 Lunar New Year Tea Party

2.20 Ye Bin: How Parents Can Reduce Stress

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