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Raising Happier, Healthier
& Brighter Kids

21st November 2020, Saturday
2pm to 4pm

Parenting is a bed of roses said no one ever. Let’s face it. Every parenting journey has its fair share of good, bad and ugly. Numerous parents struggle to manage screen time for their children, with the intention of lowering risk of early myopia. Many parents worry about whether their family finances can provide a happier childhood for their loved ones, and what happens when school expenses start to pour in. All parents have concerns, about their ability to communicate; to understand; to navigate their preschoolers / primary schoolers (even secondary schoolers) behaviours, outbursts, and emotional rollercoasters. And the list doesn’t stop there. 

School homework and work are stressful enough. So can we get better at this game of life called parenting? Sign up to attend this webinar with fellow like-minded parents and learn from our experts how we can get better at improving our child’s physical, mental and financial health in today’s fast moving world! 


  • Myopia in children is more common than ever - and it can have serious long-term impacts on their eyesight. So what can we do to slow it down? What more can I do to help my child's vision?
  • Assessing your family’s financial health 
  • Protecting your child’s mental health. 
  • Dealing with your child’s socioemotional and behavioural difficulties: Reading our children’s behavior and tantrums.
  • Speak Easy: Communicating better with your child 
  • Coping with Transitions: Helpful tips for you and your child to better cope with stressful transition periods (ie. preschool to primary school)


Dr Lam Pin Min 

Director of Paediatric Ophthalmology & Adult Strabismus Services
Senior Consultant Ophthalmologist
Eagle Eye Centre

Graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1993 and obtained his postgraduate qualifications – FRCS (Edinburgh) and MMed(Ophthalmology) in  2000. He is currently a Visiting Senior Consultant at the Singapore National Eye Centre. 

Dr Lam was also actively involved as the Singapore representative in the WHO Western  Pacific Regional Office (WPRO) from 2014-2020 and was the Executive Board Member of the  World Health Organisation (WHO) from 2019-2020.

Dr Kimberly Chew


Graduated from James Cook University Singapore with a Bachelor of Psychology (First Class Honours) in 2013 and is now pursuing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Her doctoral research focuses on the assessment and treatment of emotional dysregulation in early childhood. 

Prior to pursuing her doctorate, Kimberly worked extensively with children with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families in both early intervention and special education settings. She is experienced in the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, somatic symptom disorders, dissociative disorders & trauma.  


Sign up to reserve your seats now. Attendees will receive our SuperMom's complimentary gifts (includes: 1 x Eye Screening by Eagle Eye Centre, First Aid Kit & more freebies). Our webinar partners from Prelit Advisory will be in touch with you after the webinar to arrange a meet up and delivery of your webinar complimentary gifts. Please note that attendance at this webinar is compulsory to receive these complimentary gifts.

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