Monthly Archives: October 2017

LIH Olivia’s Place Beijing in the Community

October 21st, 2017 (No Comments)

Between July and September, LIH Olivia’s Place Beijing was invited to attend numerous events in the community to provide training and information for parents, teachers, and healthcare professionals. Lectures on Child Development at Hongkong Clinic & BIBS On July 27, Milind Sonawane,  Speech-Language Therapy Lead at LIH Olivia’s Place Beijing, offered a lecture to clinicians […]

Establishing a School Morning Routine

October 6th, 2017 (No Comments)

Many families find the morning routine stressful. Do you find yourself running around the house looking for swimming hats, a favorite pencil, a water bottle, and last night’s homework when the clock is ticking closer and closer to the arrival of the school bus? Being persistently late can affect a child’s ability to settle into […]

LIHSC Focuses on Clinical Training Excellence

October 6th, 2017 (No Comments)

Kunming LIH SkyCity continued to focus on clinical training opportunities for hospital staff and clinicians across the region throughout the summer, with special events in developmental pediatrics, neuropsychology, and pain management.   On August 5, international and domestic specialists were invited to attend a workshop at LIHSC on the topics of “parenting and behavioral development […]

Program Review: Cultivating Resilience with MindUp

October 6th, 2017 (No Comments)

In the 21st century, our children and young people are exposed to various stressors in their daily lives. Due to globalization, young people experience rapid changes in their environment following the advancement of science and technology, fast pace of life, and tight competition among their peers, which means that those who are more susceptible to […]

Psychology Team Collaborates with Shanghai Sunrise

October 6th, 2017 (No Comments)

On Saturday, August 19, LIH Olivia’s Place Assistant Psychologist Ms. Helen Gu presented to teenagers of the Shanghai Sunrise program on Stress Management.   In China, children’s education is publicly funded until the age of 15. For children to continue their education, the student’s family must pay for the last three years of high school. […]

Knowledge for Parents to Encourage Communication

October 6th, 2017 (No Comments)

The non-profit lecture More Than Words – Daddy and Mommy, I Hope You Can Understand Me held by LIH Olivia’s Place Shenzhen on 28 July was praised by parents. Claire Lin, a Hanen Centre-registered and accredited speech therapist, presented the two-and-half-hour training to parents who wished to learn about communicating better with their children.   By […]