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聲明 : 對於網上流傳有協康會老師鼓勵小朋友參與呼籲停止使用催淚彈一事,協康會特此澄清有關呼籲未經會方授權或許可而進行,會方將保留追究事件之權利。
本會所作之聲明純粹是因為擔心小朋友之私隱受到影響而發出。我們對有小朋友受催淚氣體而影響健康亦感到憂慮,期望政府以兒童福祉為最大依歸,避免任何兒童遭受傷害。

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Heep Hong Society

We pioneer and create a better tomorrow for children and young people with diverse needs.

 

Established in 1963, Heep Hong Society is a leading children education and rehabilitation organisation committed to helping children and youth of diverse needs. We offer professional assessment, guidance, training and family support, thereby contributing to an inclusive society. Our 1,000-strong team serve more than 15,000 families every year at over 50 service units, as well as mainstream kindergartens, primary and secondary schools. As an innovative service provider, Heep Hong Society is dedicated to developing evidence-based approaches and promoting the development of the integrated education and rehabilitation sectors in the Greater China region through a suite of research, training, publications and tools.

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Milestones

A group of volunteers provided recreational activities at the Sandilands Girl Guides Hut for children suffering from poliomyelitis. Mrs Catherine Lo was elected as the first Chairman of Heep Hong Club.

A group of volunteers provided recreational activities at the Sandilands Girl Guides Hut for children suffering from poliomyelitis. Mrs Catherine Lo was elected as the first Chairman of Heep Hong Club.

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Official opening of the Clubhouse by our patron, Lady MacLehose, on March 10.

Official opening of the Clubhouse by our patron, Lady MacLehose, on March 10.

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Kowloon Centre got a permanent home in Ho Man Tin Estate and extended its service to a full-time basis.

Kowloon Centre got a permanent home in Ho Man Tin Estate and extended its service to a full-time basis.

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Opening of the first two units of First Help Outreach Programme in Pak Tin (Shamshuipo) and Shun On (Kwun Tong) Estates.

Opening of the first two units of First Help Outreach Programme in Pak Tin (Shamshuipo) and Shun On (Kwun Tong) Estates.

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Opening of the first Parents Resource Centre in Hong Kong, a pioneer unsubvented project of Heep Hong.

Opening of the first Parents Resource Centre in Hong Kong, a pioneer unsubvented project of Heep Hong.

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Began providing training for and exchanging knowledge with the sector in Mainland China, Macau and Taiwan since the early 1990s.

Began providing training for and exchanging knowledge with the sector in Mainland China, Macau and Taiwan since the early 1990s.

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Published the first Training Package for Autistic Children in China.

Published the first Training Package for Autistic Children in China.

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Healthy Kids Centre, the first child care centre of Heep Hong, commenced operation in June and started to provide integrated service for six children with minor disabilities in September.

Healthy Kids Centre, the first child care centre of Heep Hong, commenced operation in June and started to provide integrated service for six children with minor disabilities in September.

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Heep Hong officially changed its name from "Heep Hong Society for Handicapped Children" to "Heep Hong Society", as well as changed its registration status to a society limited by guarantee under the Companies Ordinance on April 9.

Heep Hong officially changed its name from "Heep Hong Society for Handicapped Children" to "Heep Hong Society", as well as changed its registration status to a society limited by guarantee under the Companies Ordinance on April 9.

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Launched a self-financed service, the Supportive Learning Project (SLP), to provide timely intervention to special needs children. School based service was available to both special schools and ordinary primary schools.

Launched a self-financed service, the Supportive Learning Project (SLP), to provide timely intervention to special needs children. School based service was available to both special schools and ordinary primary schools.

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The first Charity Walk and Christmas Carnival cum the Inauguration of Heep Hong Parents Association were held on December 23 at Hong Kong Sports Institute. Over 3,500 people participated in it.

The first Charity Walk and Christmas Carnival cum the Inauguration of Heep Hong Parents Association were held on December 23 at Hong Kong Sports Institute. Over 3,500 people participated in it.

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社會福利署撥款港幣三百二十萬元資助協康會於轄下十一間特殊幼兒中心成立「兒童健樂會」。兒童健樂會成立典禮於七月七日假黃大仙蒲崗村道室內運動場舉行,並由社會福利署署長林鄭月娥太平紳士擔任典禮的主禮嘉賓,有超過五百名兒童及家長參與。

社會福利署撥款港幣三百二十萬元資助協康會於轄下十一間特殊幼兒中心成立「兒童健樂會」。兒童健樂會成立典禮於七月七日假黃大仙蒲崗村道室內運動場舉行,並由社會福利署署長林鄭月娥太平紳士擔任典禮的主禮嘉賓,有超過五百名兒童及家長參與。

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Heep Hong Society pioneered the operation of a mixed-mode centre in Fu Cheong Estate in Cheung Sha Wan for providing the services of Early Education and Training Centre and Special Child Care Centre.

Heep Hong Society pioneered the operation of a mixed-mode centre in Fu Cheong Estate in Cheung Sha Wan for providing the services of Early Education and Training Centre and Special Child Care Centre.

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The Society collaborated with the Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) in developing two academic programmes ─ “Higher Diploma in Early Childhood Education (Special Educational Needs)” and ‘Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Education (Special Educational Needs)’ in September. Both programmes were recognised by the Social Welfare Department as equivalent to the one-year in-service course in special child care work. Graduates of the degree programmes will be considered as meeting the Education Bureau’s academic entry qualification for kindergarten principals. The Special Education Scholarship Fund, sponsored by ‘Joseph Lau Luen-hung Charitable Trust’, was set up to offer scholarship awards and practicum opportunities for in-service child workers as well as study awards for parent members of the Society.

The Society collaborated with the Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) in developing two academic programmes ─ “Higher Diploma in Early Childhood Education (Special Educational Needs)” and ‘Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Education (Special Educational Needs)’ in September. Both programmes were recognised by the Social Welfare Department as equivalent to the one-year in-service course in special child care work. Graduates of the degree programmes will be considered as meeting the Education Bureau’s academic entry qualification for kindergarten principals. The Special Education Scholarship Fund, sponsored by ‘Joseph Lau Luen-hung Charitable Trust’, was set up to offer scholarship awards and practicum opportunities for in-service child workers as well as study awards for parent members of the Society.

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In March, the Society set up the Children Training Fund to marshal public donations with the goal of sustaining its social-communication, social adaptation and professional training services to deprived children with autism or other special needs.

In March, the Society set up the Children Training Fund to marshal public donations with the goal of sustaining its social-communication, social adaptation and professional training services to deprived children with autism or other special needs.

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For more systemic sharing of professional knowledge and training strategies with practitioners and parents, Heep Hong Society consolidated its resources to establish the Academy for Professional Education and Development (APED). The inauguration ceremony was held on 15 November with Miss Annie Tam, Permanent Secretary for Labour and Welfare, as the officiating guest. On the same occasion, APED held the Seminar on “Early Intervention and Integrated Support Identification and Support for Kindergarten Students with Special Educational Needs”. Dr Maggie Koong, World President of the World Organization for Early Childhood Education, shared her views on the international trends in support services for special needs children at kindergarten, while the professional team of the Society elaborated on practical methods to identify and support those children.

For more systemic sharing of professional knowledge and training strategies with practitioners and parents, Heep Hong Society consolidated its resources to establish the Academy for Professional Education and Development (APED). The inauguration ceremony was held on 15 November with Miss Annie Tam, Permanent Secretary for Labour and Welfare, as the officiating guest. On the same occasion, APED held the Seminar on “Early Intervention and Integrated Support Identification and Support for Kindergarten Students with Special Educational Needs”. Dr Maggie Koong, World President of the World Organization for Early Childhood Education, shared her views on the international trends in support services for special needs children at kindergarten, while the professional team of the Society elaborated on practical methods to identify and support those children.

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Heep Hong Society established the Jockey Club STAR Resource Centre in Oi Man Estate, Homantin in September and held the opening ceremony on 12 December. Officiated by Chief Secretary for Administration Mrs Carrie Lam and Deputy Chairman of the Hong Kong Jockey Club Mr Anthony Chow, the new Centre represents a new service model to support individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in Hong Kong.

Heep Hong Society established the Jockey Club STAR Resource Centre in Oi Man Estate, Homantin in September and held the opening ceremony on 12 December. Officiated by Chief Secretary for Administration Mrs Carrie Lam and Deputy Chairman of the Hong Kong Jockey Club Mr Anthony Chow, the new Centre represents a new service model to support individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in Hong Kong.

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Heep Hong Society formed four teams of professionals to join the “Pilot Scheme on On-site Pre-school Rehabilitation Services” initiated by the Social Welfare Department.  Heep Hong Society was invited to present the effective service model of its “Early Intervention and Integrated Support for Kindergarten Students with Special Educational Needs” project sponsored by the Lee Hysan Foundation at the launch of the Pilot Scheme on 14 November. The Society assembled four teams to participate in the Pilot Scheme.

Heep Hong Society formed four teams of professionals to join the “Pilot Scheme on On-site Pre-school Rehabilitation Services” initiated by the Social Welfare Department. Heep Hong Society was invited to present the effective service model of its “Early Intervention and Integrated Support for Kindergarten Students with Special Educational Needs” project sponsored by the Lee Hysan Foundation at the launch of the Pilot Scheme on 14 November. The Society assembled four teams to participate in the Pilot Scheme.

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The Heep Hong Society Integrated Service Complex (ISC) Grand Opening Ceremony was held on 17 March with the Hon Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Dr Eric Li Ka-cheung, Steward of the Hong Kong Jockey Club as the officiating guests. Nearly 300 guests from the Hong Kong SAR government and social welfare, medical, educational and business sectors attended. the event, which also celebrated the 55th Anniversary of the Society.

The Heep Hong Society Integrated Service Complex (ISC) Grand Opening Ceremony was held on 17 March with the Hon Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Dr Eric Li Ka-cheung, Steward of the Hong Kong Jockey Club as the officiating guests. Nearly 300 guests from the Hong Kong SAR government and social welfare, medical, educational and business sectors attended. the event, which also celebrated the 55th Anniversary of the Society.

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The Heep Hong Society Integrated Service Complex (ISC) officially opened in March. As the first of its kind in Hong Kong providing one-stop education and training services, it houses a special child care centre and an early education and training centre of the largest capacity in Hong Kong, a parents resource centre as well as a diverse range of on-site school support services, youth vocational training and Supportive Learning Project programmes. The ISC provides a comprehensive range of support services to cater to the diverse needs of children, youth and their families. Learn more: www.heephong.org/eng/whatsnews/detail/heep-hong-society-integrated-service-complex-grand-opening-ceremony

The Heep Hong Society Integrated Service Complex (ISC) officially opened in March. As the first of its kind in Hong Kong providing one-stop education and training services, it houses a special child care centre and an early education and training centre of the largest capacity in Hong Kong, a parents resource centre as well as a diverse range of on-site school support services, youth vocational training and Supportive Learning Project programmes. The ISC provides a comprehensive range of support services to cater to the diverse needs of children, youth and their families. Learn more: www.heephong.org/eng/whatsnews/detail/heep-hong-society-integrated-service-complex-grand-opening-ceremony

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The Macau Liaison Office leads the industry to visit the ISC building in Hong Kong

The Macau Liaison Office leads the industry to visit the ISC building in Hong Kong

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Survey: Nearly 70% Autistic Young People Long for Romance while Communication Difficulties become their biggest obstacle

Survey: Nearly 70% Autistic Young People Long for Romance while Communication Difficulties become their biggest obstacle

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