||2018-01-01 - 2018-01-01
|Runs during school holidays
|Related to WCED
The CASE Aftercare program provides social and emotional development where the child’s ability to interact with others, including helping themselves and self-control.
The CASE Fun And Creative Experience (FACE) Aftercare program has mothers from the community who are trained in child development over the year. They are called Child Care workers (CCW) and they provide the aftercare service with the understanding that development involves learning skills that is provided through a structured program from Monday to Thursday at four primary schools in Hanover Park. CASE’s Aftercare programme serves to create a safe environment for children to learn and play after school in Hanover Park. The programme allows time for the children to complete their homework under supervision. Child Care Workers supervise sessions in sports, literacy, dance, arts and crafts. These volunteers have all completed the CASE Personal Development course conducted by Dr. Lane Benjamin (Clinical Psychologist and Founder of CASE) and they also receive regular training throughout the year on various topics.