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Raising Calm and Confident Children: Birth and Beyond

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Sat, 13 August 2016, 9.30am - 2:30pm | English
Ustazah Su’aidah Salim, Doula Jannah Tayib, Sis Nur Afifah Mokhtiaruddin, Muhd Abu Sufian, Nuraisyah Rashid, Hafiz Kusairi

parental seminar

Fees: Talk A - $35/pax, $60/couple | Talk B - $30/pax, $50/couple

Assalaamu'alaikum parents and parents-to-be

Instilling calmness and confidence is an important aspect in bringing up successful children. But in today's context where time is a limiting factor, causing both parents and children to feel anxious and restless, how do we ensure that every single moment spent with our children is maximised so as to create a close bond between us and them, which in turn helps them feel calm and confident anywhere?

Join us in our seminar as we explore ways to help raise calm and confident children right from the start - yes, even before birth.

There will be 2 talks by 2 sets of speakers on 2 separate timing of the same day. You can opt to attend either one or both talks if time permits. Most parents will attend both as they complement the other.

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Talk A is for expecting parents featuring Ustazah Su'aidah Salim who will be sharing on tarbiyah during pregnancy, Doula Jannah who will talk about gentle birthing and its benefits, and Babywearing Consultant Sis Afifah who will explain more on how babywearing promotes calmness and bonding between parent and child.

Speakers: Ustazah Su'aidah Salim, Doula Jannah Tayib, Sis Nur Afifah Mokhtiaruddin

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Talk B features Bro Abu Sufian, a senior social worker who spent a year taking his grad cert in Family Therapy from King's College London, UK, Sis Aisyah from MuslimParents.SG who used to work with children and parents in her past experience as a senior social worker, and Ustaz Hafiz Kusairi, a lecturer and youth activist who works with young adults on a daily basis. They will share on how to use play and other activities to promote bonding between parent and child which in turn helps create a calm and confident child.

Speakers: Muhd Abu Sufian, Nuraisyah Rashid, Hafiz Kusairi

Details

Time: Talk A (9.30am -12pm), Talk B (12.30pm-2.30pm)
Venue: Aliwal Arts Centre, 28 Aliwal Street, Singapore 199918

Vacancy: Only 50 places are available per talk

Parents with children: Children are welcomed! Parents may request for additional chairs for their children at the price of $2/chair.

Vendors: There will be 15 vendors selling products and services related to parenting. These includes baby carriers, children's clothes and accessories, art and craft corner, home décor, and also some finger food and baked goods for your tummy!


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Terms and Conditions:
1) Full Payments are to be made before seminar.
2) Only partial refunds for participants backing out of talk one week before seminar.
3) Organisers have the rights to make changes to schedule or cancel talks. Participants will be informed in advance for changes.

How To Register?
1) Bank Transfer / Debit Card / Paypal
- Use the Registration system shown below.
1) Talk A (individual)- $35
2) Talk A (couple) - $60
3) Talk B (individual) - $30
4) Talk B (couple) -$50
5) Additional Chairs -$2 each

Additional Questions:
You may contact Sis Suliyati @ 81268141

Location

Aliwal Arts Centre

28 Aliwal St, 199918

Organisers

MuslimParents.SG

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Speakers

Ustazah Su’aidah Salim, Doula Jannah Tayib, Sis Nur Afifah Mokhtiaruddin, Muhd Abu Sufian, Nuraisyah Rashid, Hafiz Kusairi

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