Community talk at Tadika Jelita Ria Graduation Day, Perak

The date is 20 Oct 2012. We were invited to give a talk on children brain development. Our consultant, Ms Liew explained about primitive reflexes and rhythmic movement trainings to a good crowd of parents! We had our Ms Elaine Lim demonstrating what is Fear Paralysis Reflex to the crowd. Live demonstration by a volunteer Read More

Parenting Talk: Importance of Primitive Reflex Integration for Effective Learning

Who and why do we have Primitive Reflexes? What are the impact on a child’s learning ability if they are unintegrated? Find out more about Grasp Reflex, Tonic Neck Reflex, Step Reflex and Crawl Reflex and Reason why these early and primitive reflexes may not fully integrate in us or in your child. We will Read More

特殊孩童親子營 – 呼招义工辅导员 Invitation for Volunteers

    我们需要基督徒加入行列成为义工辅导员,以协助特殊孩童在营会参与活动。我们将为您安排会前辅导培训及提供相关服务内容。欢迎点击以下开始登记。 We are looking for Christian volunteers to help in our camp! Join us and be a counsellor to take care of our children and support them to enjoy the camp to its fullness. Show love and care to our special need children and they will see this world a more beautiful place. Read More

Parental involvement in raising positive, self confident and responsible children

Children are valuable resources for the country. The children of today are leaders of tomorrow. Raising positive, self-confident and responsible children is like planting seeds in a garden. Parents are like gardeners because the journey of parenthood is like sowing seeds of love, nurturing them and believing that the seeds will grow to be a healthy, responsible and self-confident person. The parental role of loving participation in their children’s developmental milestones is the most important time in the children’s brain development. Parents’ involvement is so vital in building the character and values of their children. A safe, positive and loving environment contributes greatly to the physical, emotional and cognitive needs of children. Read More

“So that she can be happy.”

Last Friday we had mid autumn celebration in church. It has been a practice of our church to observe some Chinese culture and create a learning opportunity of the Chinese history. Prior to the celebration, some church members started to prepare the lanterns one week early for the event. My daughter enjoyed watching the adults Read More

How to help a dyslexic child to improve in math/s – part 2

Many dyslexic children also have problems comprehending the vocabulary and symbols used in mathematics. It is also a common problem that these children will be confused with math symbols that look similar. Likewise, they often reverse numbers, which lead to errors when performing simple calculations and arithmetic. Despite facing the above mentioned difficulties, a dyslexic Read More

How to help a dyslexic child to improve in math/s – Part 1

It has been estimated that around 90% of dyslexic children have problems in some areas of math/s, and most of the time they will need extra help especially when new concepts of math/s are introduced. To help a dyslexic child improve in his math/s, we must first look into the reasons for this problem. One Read More

Learning from the nature

A mentor is not measured by the splash he makes when he enters the water, but rather by the ripples he leaves in his wake. Amy, Adeline and myself met last Thursday morning at the Marmalade, Bangsar Village II for  brunch and farewell gathering. It was interesting that we could meet and talk about ourselves, Read More

Protect and Save the Children – Awareness Talk

Every now and then, we hear news reports of children abducted or abused. For each of these tragedies, many more go unreported. Every child has the right to be loved and protected. Read More