Parents face many challenges raising young people in a world influenced by society and technology. These challenges are often overcome by accessing sound advice, and the opportunity to share ideas with like-minded people.
The Counselling and Learning Support Team are delighted to invite parents to a talk by Ms. Shirley Loo, who will introduce parents to ways in which to guide their teens through the development of a social life and dating, whilst still maintaining academic standards, family values and open lines of communication.
Ms. Shirley Loo, dedicated to family and women’s education, is now the Development Director of the Family Heartware Ltd. Her areas of expertise are relationship development in marriage, parent-child communication, parenting and family moral education. Ms. Loo received the Medal of Honour (MH) in 2005 and was appointed to be Justices of Peace (JP) in 2008. She is now a non-official member of the Education Commission and the Family Council. Ms. Loo is an experienced parent educator, with many publications in the field of parent- child communication, discipline and parenting.
In Ms. Loo’s inspired presentation, she will introduce parents to ways to uphold their values, without putting relationships at risk. By storytelling and sharing her experiences, Ms. Loo will equip parents with attitudes and skills, which enable lines of communication to stay open, ensuring parents are the people who provide guidance when young people encounter problems during important stages in their lives.
You are cordially invited to join this parenting talk. Details are as follows:
Date: 21 January 2015 (Wednesday)
Venue: Canteen, Yew Chung International School (Secondary)
3 To Fuk Road, Kowloon Tong
Speaker: Ms. Shirley LOO
Language: Cantonese (English interpretation will be provided)
To attend, please register online click here or send us an email via (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your contact details and number of seats to be reserved, by 16 January 2015 (Friday).