Starting at birth, this interactive multi-media presentation outlines the wonder of human development for both mother and child working back in time to the moment of conception.
Along the way, full colour pictures of the unborn child by renowned medical photographer Lennart Nilsson at each major stage of development are shown, supplemented by full-colour videos, 2D and 3D/4D ultrasound of babies inside the womb, realistic latex foetal models, and various other props.
Fascinating stories and facts about human development in the womb are shared throughout the presentation, liberally sprinkled with humour, and invitations to the audience to participate.
All of the medical information presented has been verified as accurate by Dr Norman MacLean MB ChB FRANZCOG (consultant obstetrician & gynaecologist), recently retired from Kew Hospital, Invercargill.
Furthermore the material has been carefully chosen so as to be family-friendly, which has been verified by the hundreds of people from all walks of life who have seen this presentation over the years.
Each presentation is tailored to the needs of the audience. For example, Secondary School-age and older audiences will, depending on the time allocated for the presentation, have an additional segment that delves into the incredible micro-world of the human cell.
For audiences with a large percentage of Primary School-age children and younger, all medical jargon is dropped, and the presentation is much more interactive.
Since 1998 this presentation has been hosted by Primary, Intermediate & Secondary Schools, tertiary education institutions, public meetings, health & lifestyle conferences, service clubs, prisons, youth detention facilities, pregnancy centres, ESOL classes, churches of many different denominations, community groups, home groups, Toastmaster's groups, teen parent units, home educators, pre-schools and elderly care homes.
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"Your presentation was outstanding and contained fascinating and thought-provoking information for the students. This tied in beautifully with the Health Curriculum..."
"The Powerpoint presentation was carefully researched, well balanced and visually captivating and it was aided by your humorous and enthusiastic delivery."