The auction on current itmes seems to run to June 23rd
There are a number of Pierce items up for sale from paintings to photos to posters to signed jeans (alas not his).
The mission of the Child Development Institute is to promote a greater understanding of children's individual needs so that all children can reach their highest level of growth and development. The Child Development Institute provides education, support and therapy to children and their parents, teachers and professionals who care for them. CDI also offers training and research opportunities to graduate students and professionals in multiple fields of child development. The right early intervention for children with developmental disabilities can reduce the risk for future problems and enhance their quality of life, as well as the lives of their families.
Signed Giclee of Pierce Brosnan's Painting "Fiji" $900.00 30h 50m Signed The Matador Poster from Pierce Brosnan $70.00 30h 50m Diesel Jeans Signed by Pierce Brosnan $110.00 30h 50m Diesel Jeans Signed by Pierce Brosnan $100.00 30h 50m Signed After the Sunset Script from Pierce Brosnan $100.00 30h 50m Signed Headshot from Pierce Brosnan $60.00 30h 50m Signed Headshot from Pierce Brosnan $60.00 30h 50m
About The Child Development Institute The Child Development Institute (CDI) was established by Joan Maltese, PhD, and a small group of mental health professionals because they believed that the methods that were commonly being used to treat children with developmental disabilities and other learning challenges were ignoring the importance of the social and environmental issues that most affected the child. In many cases no treatment was being provided to children under the age of three because of the lack of knowledge and understanding of early intervention for those children at such an early stage of development. If the child was being treated at all, it was being done in isolation with little or no attention being given to the child's entire support system.
CDI adopted a different philosophy, one that saw early childhood development (under the age of five) as a critical component to a largely underserved population in need of intervention programs, and hence created programs that placed the child at the center of a much larger system where each contributing component had to be included in the treatment plan if the long range developmental growth of the child was going to be successful.