Early Intervention During Covid-19
A webinar series dedicated to understanding children who are at risk for developmental delays and the importance of early intervention through the careful guidance of doctors and therapists.
- Dr. Francis Dimalanta, Developmental Pediatrician
- Hosanna Say-Camacho, Physical Therapist
- Avry Umali-Andal, Occupational Therapist
- Trina Abraham, Speech Therapist
- Ricci Mercado, Special Education
The 3-part series will happen via Zoom every Saturday on October 10, 17 and 24 and will cover the topics below:
- Developmental Pediatrics
- Physical, Occupational and Speech Language Therapies
- Special Education
Families, parents and caregivers are welcome to attend, especially those who are caring for children aged 0-7 years old that have Down Syndrome, Neurobehavioral Disorders and children are who are at risk for developmental delays.
Registration Fee for all 3 sessions is only P321. To register, please click on this link: http://bit.ly/earlyinterventionduringcovid19. Last day to register is October 8, 2020.
We are excited to be working with amazing partners for this event. Sharing in the same vision for education, collaboration and connecting with children and families with special needs.
With over 1.21M followers in Facebook and 114K followers in Instagram combined, we are thrilled to be working with:
The Asian Parent:
Asia’s largest community and content platform for parents and families. The Asian Parent Philippines is an online platform for modern Filipino parents in helping them raise happy, confident kids from a cultural and global perspective.
Best Buddies Philippines:
Best Buddies Philippines is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
Baby Mama PH:
Baby Mama is a trusted brand and retail store specializing in breastfeeding products in the Philippines. They also focus on providing access to positive, inspiring, and evidence based facts to parents and caregivers about infant feeding.