A0 in the Spectrum

prototype, community participation, children and youth, Innovator Farm

Providing training and experiential activities that help youngsters who are prone to social anxiety establish healthy relationships with others


By providing training and experiential activities, the venture aims to help youngsters who are aged 18 to 25 and prone to social anxiety to get rid of self-stigmas, maintain and establish communication and healthy relationships with others.

Those who are prone to social anxiety often find it difficult to communicate with others effectively because they may not be able to understand others’ implicit gestures and feeling. It would easily lead to misunderstandings and result in a feeling of being isolated by others as well as low confidence and self-esteem. Catering to the needs of target participants, the venture will curate 7 different activities focusing on improving social skills.

Name of Organisation

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Approved Funding Amount


Funding Period (Status)

1 year (Active)

Expected Impact

  • Recruit 12 young people who are prone to social anxiety
  • Organise 7 training and experiential activities
  • Produce 6 episodes of short video to share the outcomes of the activities online


(To be updated when available)


(To be updated when available)