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Concern Groups

Inclusive Education Concern Group

Inclusive Education was begun in September 1997 in Hong Kong. New polices are being introduced these years, including the establishment of ‘Three level supportive model’, formation of teachers’ professional development structure, introduction of new subsidy mode and School-based Educational Psychology Service. The group members concern about the development of all related policies and attend the meeting with Education Bureau on a regular basis. Members would share among with others through meeting, workshops or seminars.

Contact Person: Ms. Cheung Ar-lai / Heep Hong Society Hoi Fu Centre
Tel: 2777 5588

Special Education Concern Group

The development of Special Education in Hong Kong has undergone changes these years. Among those, the introduction of small class teaching and new senior secondary academic structure drew our attention. Members have a scheduled meeting with representatives of Education Bureau half yearly to follow up the development of various issues. Updated news is disseminated through meetings.

Contact Person: Ms. Christina Chan / Heep Hong Society Jockey Club Parents Resource Centre
Tel: 2827 2830

Autism Concern Group

Parents of autistic children join together to share among each others their experiences of rearing children. Through seminars, workshops and sharing meetings, members could receive updated news. They put an eye on education policies and the way ahead for autistic youth. They also wish to advance the job opportunities for autistic adults

Contact Person: Ms. Mill Cheng / Heep Hong Society Fanling Parents Resource Centre
Tel: 2656 6211

Physical Handicapped Concern Group

Group members concern about the rights for children with physical handicapped and their family. Workshops and meetings, jointly organized with other related organizations, would held in an irregular basis to advance the mutual support network.

Contact Person: Ms. Alice Wong / Heep Hong Society Tung Chung Parents Resource Centre
Tel: 2109 2262