May 28, 2009

Workshop: How to Handle Hyperactive Children

Saturday, 27 June 2009, 8.30am - 1pm

Hands-On Approach in Handling Hyperactive Kids in School and at Home

Is your hyperactive kid stressing you out? Do you feel like their energy is neverending? Do you feel like it’s an uphill battle teaching them anything which requires a longer attention span or just getting them to sit down? Would you like to spend more quality time with them without being stressed out?

Workshop objective:

By the end of this workshop, the participants should:

• be sensitised to the special needs of hyperactive children,

• be effective change agents; with the right attitude, knowledge and skills to promote equitable opportunities to mentor hyperactive children, especially those with learning difficulties,

• be able to identify the obstacles afecting the child's learning outcomes related to hyperactivity/attention deficit disorder, and

• be able to plan appropriate and effective intervention measures in nurturing the learning potential of the child.

Who should attend?

• Parents
• Teachers
• Caregivers


Date: 27 June 2009 (Saturday)

Time: 8.30am - 1pm

Venue: Women's Institute of Management, 7, Jalan Abang Haji Openg, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Fees: RM35 per pax (including workshop materials)

Early bird registration: RM5 discount per pax (Registration before 15 June 2009)

Group registration: RM5 discount per pax (Group pax: 5 and above)

WBN member: RM5 discount per pax

Limited seats. First come, first served basis.


Ms. Eugenie Chan has over 40 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist. She also freelances as a consultant cum trainer in Community-Based Rehabilitation programme activities for people with disabilities, based on the World Health Organisation's strategic approach in bridging the rehabilitation divide in developing countries. Organisations which have benefited from the training course designed by her includes the Yayasan Sultan Idris Shah (a humanitarian foundation based in Ipoh, Perak), Social Welfare Department, Ministry of Community Development, Ministry of Health and Spastic Children's Association of Singapore.

She is a life member of All India Occupational Therapists Association (a Founder Member of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists), a life member of the Malaysian Occupational Therapists Association and an Associate Member of the Malaysian Council for Rehabilitation.

Enquiries and registration:

Kidzgrow Malaysia
Tel: 03-6201-0358
Fax: 03-6201-4924
Email: frontdesk @

Substitution or cancellation:

Substitution of participant(s) is allowed provided Kidzgrow is notified of the name of the participant(s) at least 48 hours prior to commencement of the seminar. Kidzgrow reserves the right to cancel, reschedule or postpone the seminar due to unforeseen circumstances. Every effort will be made to inform the registered participants.


Payment has to be made prior to the event. A place is reserved when full payment has been made. Any payment made is not refundable except due to cancellation by the organiser.

See also:

Learning Disabilities: Symptoms Checklist

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