Early Childhood Development Talk with Dr Leo Hamilton
9 October @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
We wish kids came with instructions! Children’s development is constantly changing – you think you have it figured out, then they throw a curveball at you and you’re back at square one.
That’s why we’ve teamed up with paediatrician Dr Leo Hamilton, speech therapist Charmaine One and psychiatrist Dr Kimberly Chew for this talk on what to look out for in your child’s physical and mental development.
Our three experts will go through important developmental milestones and give tips on raising happy, healthy and well-rounded kids. You can also get answers to your questions about weight, eating habits, sleeping patterns, speech and more.
This is also a great chance to meet other parents and exchange stories and tips – because, as we know, raising children takes a village!
There will be free coffee and light snacks for both parents and children. Let us know if you’re bringing kids so we can cater and have enough entertainment for everyone.
Date: 9 September (Sunday)
Place: Annabelle Kids, 510 Thomson Road, #15-03 SLF Building
About Dr Leo Hamilton
Dr Leo is a US board-certified paediatrician who spent several years in a private practice before relocating with his family to Singapore in 2011. He cares for children from newborns at delivery to teenagers. Beyond his background in hematology/oncology, he has an interest in asthma, behavioural issues (primarily ADHD), teen health, and modern management of routine childhood illnesses.
About Charmaine Ong
Charmaine is a fully registered speech and language pathologist and supervisor, who earned a degree in Linguistics & Multilingual Studies before working in a special school for children with autism. She then accepted a scholarship to read Speech and Language Pathology at NUS. Charmaine diagnoses and treats a range of disorders, from early speech and language development to stuttering.
About Kimberly Chew
Child clinical psychologist Kimberly works with children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families in both early intervention and special education settings. She places a great emphasis on providing a safe space to work through her clients’ emotional difficulties and has experience working with children with autism, ADHD and other disorders and conditions.