Overcoming trauma of terror attack

Overcoming trauma of terror attack Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong yesterday called on Singaporeans to strengthen community bonds and stay united to thwart the menace of terrorism. The stronger the bonds forged with neighbours and friends of other races, the less able the terrorists will

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Strengthen community bonds to guard against terror threat: PM Lee

SINGAPORE – Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday (March 19) called on Singaporeans to strengthen community bonds as a way to thwart the menace of terrorism. Should an attack happen here, the terrorists would be aiming not just to hurt people, but …

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Psychological first aid training for community responders

PM Lee: Learn to calm down terror victims Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong looking on as a simulated terror attack is carried out. PHOTO: LIANHE WANBAO. All constituencies to set up teams trained in psychological first aid. Linette Heng. Reporter. Mar 20 …

The New Paper

Singapore: Grassroots leaders to receive training on how to help residents deal with terror attack

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Sunday that Grassroots leaders will receive formal training on how to help residents respond and deal with the psychological effects of a terror attack. According to reports, the Human Emergency Assistance and …

International Business Times, Singapore Edition

Grassroots ‘Heart’ teams to help residents in times of crisis

PM Lee taking a photo of Community Emergency Response Team volunteers attending to a ‘casualty’ during a simulated terrorist attack held during Teck Ghee’s Emergency Preparedness Day on March 19, 2017. Photo: Jason Quah/TODAY …

TODAYonline

Overcoming trauma of terror attack

Grassroots leaders and volunteers across Singapore will be trained in psychological first aid, to help residents overcome the shock and mental distress following a terror strike. Psychologists and counsellors from the newly formed Human Emergency …

The Straits Times

Grassroots leaders to get training on helping residents deal with terror attacks

Starting this month, grassroots leaders will receive training from mental health professionals on how to identify and help residents who exhibit post-terror stress in the aftermath of a terror attack. By Kenneth Lim; Posted 19 Mar 2017 11:00; Updated

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SGSecure app enhanced for better emergency preparedness

Enhancements to the SGSecure app were announced as part of the Emergency Preparedness (EP) Day and SGSecure outreach, held at Teck Ghee constituency on Sunday morning (19 March). Guest of Honour Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong encouraged …

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