Childhood Development, Speaking Engagements, Technology, Time Management, Video Games

“Programming” Healthy Minds in Digital Age – Rancho Christian Schools Chapel Dec 2013

Presented by Julie Doan RN and Andrew Doan MD PhD

Childhood Development, Speaking Engagements, Technology, Time Management, Video Games

What is technology doing to your kids’ brains? Covenant Day School – Matthews NC Nov 2013

Melanie Hempe RN, Dawn Poulterer MA and Andrew Doan MD PhD present in Matthews NC.

Childhood Development, Speaking Engagements, Video Games

Dr. Doan’s Presentation to Christian Ophthalmology Society

Here is Dr. Doan’s story about addiction and recovery at the Christian Ophthalmology Society. Please partner with us by getting us into your communities, church, and schools as a speaker to help spread the word about the dangerous of gaming and technology addiction in our families. God Bless you, Andrew Doan, MD PhD

Childhood Development

Teenage Brain Development & Addictions

Recent developments in brain scan research show that teens’ brains are not fully developed until age 25! The prefrontal cortex, develops last, and is important for reasoning and higher executive functions, i.e. areas that determine right and wrong and impulse control… “should I hit my little sister?”, “is God real?”, and “should I steal?” type […]

Childhood Development, Speaking Engagements, Technology, Time Management, Video Games

Live Event in North Carolina (RSVP!) Kids’ Brains and Video Games: How technology affects your child’s developing brain.

Kids’ Brains and Video Games: How technology affects your child’s developing brain. November 4, Two Presentations. Location address: Covenant Day School, 800 Fullwood lane, Matthews, NC 28105 For parents and teens: Monday evening, November 4, 7:00-9:00 p.m. EST: The Harbor, Bldg C For parents of young children: Monday morning,  November 4, 8:15-9:30 a.m. EST: Fireplace […]

Childhood Development, Technology, Time Management, Video Games

Time is limited, how are you filling your child’s mind?

From birth to 18 years of age, children have a limited amount of time for development and mastery of skills. What your child does, the games your child play, and the thoughts they have will determine who and what they will be in the future. Using too much technology: video games, cell phones, and screen […]