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On the surface, excessive movement and deficient mental focus often characterizes ADHD children. But maybe these 2 components can be addressed in a way that can improve their learning ability.

Join us as Isaac Tan shares the rationale behind using a neurodevelopmental movement approach to help children with ADHD learn and function better.

He will share 2 developmental movement programs which parents can easily carry out with their children at home every day to enhance their neurodevelopment and hence learning ability.

One of these programs has been implemented in Singapore for 15 years and has benefitted many children with ADHD and other learning difficulties. The positive results are supported by a recent study conducted with the National Council of Social Services (NCSS) using data spanning a decade.

The other program is based on a therapy method developed in the UK with 45 years of research, expertise and practice. It helps children to resolve the physical factors underlying learning and behavioural problems.

Come and get a better understanding of how these programs might benefit your child!

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  • Isaac Tan (Clinical Director of Care Corner Educational Therapy Service)

    Isaac Tan

    Clinical Director of Care Corner Educational Therapy Service

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