Growth is a long journey,but growth must not lose at the starting point.How to do prenatal education,intellectual development of infants and young children,enlightenment teaching school-age are the important steps to let the people to be successful.To solve the problem, Shenzhen HOME Women's and Children's Hospital invited the famous children's behavioral psychology, DR.ARTHUR.KHAN,to give the course"Let your child win at the starting line",let the baby smarter! What are you waiting for? please do the registration of"Let your child win at the starting line"course quickly! The course will be on 25th of August,2013, which is given by Shenzhen HOME Women's and Children's Hospital! It is the first hospital which passed JCI accreditation in Shenzhen! Please join us and sign up quickly! Activity type: Harvard Mummy Camp Activity time:15:00 to 17:00PM Sunday,August 25th 2013 Location: The multi-function hall on the fourth floor of Shenzhen HOME Women's and Children's Hospital. Activity Theme: Let your child win at the starting line Registration Tel: 0755-33919133 Expert Speaker: DR.ARTHUR.KHAN Ps: You can have a "face to face"talk with our doctors, everyone will have a chance to get a special gift from HOME Hospital. The highlights of this activity: 1. Children's elementary education. 2. Intellectual development of infants and young children. 3. Children's Behavioral Analysis. 4. Expert Q & A. 5. Free snacks and fruits will be provided. Free Gift: 1. For the mummy who did the registration will get one gift from HOME hospital. 2. For the mummy who win the lucky draw will get one more gift!. HOME Website:http://en.hm91.com/ Online Consultationï¼šhttp://www.hm91.com/hm2011swt/zwfb/ Tel: 0755—33919133 Address :Nantou Ancient City, Shennan Road, Nanshan District,ShenzhenView Thread
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