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QiiQ Programme

QiiQ Programme is designed only for parents with children between 4 months upto 48 months old.

The QiiQ Programme is a well sough-after programme by parents who are keen to develop their child using a system that is proven and easy to use.

To know how our programmes could benefit your child, you have to first understand what causes the brain to grow.  Your baby’s first three years of life experiences can dramatically shape and support his brain development into adulthood.

The child’s brain development is dependent on the functions the child performs and the brain grows according to the child’s encounters in every experience – sensory, motor, emotional, cognitive – shapes the way the brain grows.

Parents who have been carefully instructed in child brain development will be confident to develop your child to be intellectually, physically, and socially excellent.  This can be achieved with our QiiQ Programme where parents will learn how to provide the ideal environment for optimal brain growth at home. 

Just 20 minutes a day is all you need to develop a physically strong, and a confident and joyful learner for life!

Best of all, this joyous programme brings parents and babies closer together; establishing a life-long bond of learning and love.

The Programme develops the 3 critical pathways, namely, Sensory Pathways, Motor Pathways, and the Socioemotional Pathways, to achieve your child’s full potential.  Parents learn through these 3 modules: GeniusiQ, MoveiQ and SocioEmotionaliQ respectively, throughout their QiiQ journey with us.

Through the programme, QiiQ parents are coached and equipped to confidently nurture their children early to achieve their full potential for life.  Parents will bring home a prescribed programme to implement at home through bonding and playing.  A full suite of GeniusiQ sensory stimulation materials is also given to parents to use at home.

Our goal is to build a solid foundation for their child’s cognitive, physical, and socioemotional intelligence. Children must enjoy learning; then learning is enjoyable.

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