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Latest News & Events

DADs-SUPPORTING-DADs : Playing a positive role in raising our ADHD child (A special Dads Only Session) on 6 Oct 2018

Ashokan Ramakrishnan

Parenting a child with ADHD can be challenging. 

 

Join us as we learn how fathers can play a crucial role helping our ADHD child thrive.

 

We are privileged to have a husband & wife team (Frankie & Tina) who has a son with ADHD, ASD and Dyslexia facilitate this workshop. They will use a mix of video, presentations and group sharing to help us understand :

  • what is ADHD ?
  • what our ADHD child needs most ?

 

  • how can we adjust our expectations yet help our child thrive ?
  • and most importantly, how we can partner our spouses better ?

  • SIGN UP NOW !

https://dsd-6oct2018.peatix.com

This event is organized by SPARK Singapore. We are a registered charity promoting ADHD awareness in Singapore. If you have any questions, please contact Tina (Email : frankietina@gmail.com / WhatsApp : 91705127).

 

JOIN SPARK GYM BOOK-CAMP IN NOV 2018 - UNLEASH ALL THAT PENT UP ENERGY

Ashokan Ramakrishnan

i know that you have probably heard people say that sports is good for ADHD kids. Let me explain why. if your kid has ADHD, then they are probably always moving and not able to sit still for long periods of time.  So if we put them in sports then all their excess energy has somewhere constructive to go. They will learn discipline, they learn that hard work leads to results. But most importantly, they will have a happy place to go to and whenever they get angry at someone or when someone is angry with them. 

 

Gymnastics is fun and is a great way to unleash all their pent up  energy during the upcoming school holiday. 

 

SIGN YOUR KID UP FOR THE SPARK GYMNASTICS BOOT-CAMP NOW !

Click on the link below

https://spark-gym-adhd.peatix.com/

 

 

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PLEASE SEE DETAILS BELOW : 

 

  • Venue: Alpha Gymnastics
  • Date: 4, 11 and 18 November 2018
  • Time: 6.30pm to 7.30pm
  • Class size limit: 15 students
  • Class age range: 6 to 12 yrs old

 

List of activities:
1) Warm up (15 mins)
2) Gymnastics (60mins)
- Floor basic tumbling
- Trampoline
- High Bars
- Parallel Bars
- Rings
- Balance Beam
(4 activities will be selected for each session)
3) Games (15mins)


Terms and conditions:
- Please bring your own water
- Only plain water is allowed in the gym
- No food is allowed in the gym
- No shoe or socks required
- Comfortable sports clothing (shirt tuck in)
- Long hair must be tied up
- Finger nails must be trim
- Food must be taken at least 2hrs before (do not eat too full a meal)
 

Notes:

Please arrive at the gym 10mins before class start for introduction.

Join Tina Tan from SPARK at the UNITE SpLD 2018 CONFERENCE

Ashokan Ramakrishnan


Our very own Tina Tan will be speaking on how parents can better advocate for their ADHD children in the school context in order to build a collaborative working relationship with shared expectations and reduced pressure for all parties.

 

Mrs Tina Tan, Social Worker, mother of 3 boys (one of them Dyslexic, ADHD and ASD), and Vice President of SPARK (Society for Promotion of ADHD Research and Knowledge). Tina has been an active community volunteer, helping to serve families through her school PSG volunteer work. She is also a free-lance parent trainer for parents with ADHD children, as well as an accredited Triple P Trainer and Facilitator with MSF.


UNITE SpLD 2018 CONFERENCE

The UnITE SpLD Conference seeks to bring together parents, teachers and practitioners working with children with specific learning difficulties and special educational needs. This conference will be showcasing research that covers aspects of behavioural, literacy and social emotional support, intervention and assessment for children with special learning needs. Come and listen to our SpLD experts share their research. Research will be presented it short, engaging and entertaining sessions accompanied by poster presentations and the chance to talk directly with researchers who are making a difference in the Asian region. 

 

Click on the link below to register now ! 

 http://unite2018.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2138916987