Through various interactive fun activities, the event aims to enhance public awareness and support for children with additional needs and their families.
After two years, our Daddy Daughter event returned at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, whilst the safety of guests was ensured during this unprecedented time.
Last month, the Child Development Centre (“CDC”) held a private charity screening of ‘Zero To Hero’ with Sandra Ng, actress and producer of the movie. More than 200 people supported the event and enjoyed a great afternoon with their families at MOViE MOViE Cityplaza.
During this difficult period of time, we strive to develop stronger relationships with our partners to connect with and inspire people who are looking for ways to contribute to the SEN community.
From 27 to 29 March 2021, four secondary school students will challenge themselves to complete the longest trail in Hong Kong – the 100km MacLehose trail.
During the pandemic, the CDC has been providing online classes as a safe alternative learning option. After experiencing online teaching for a while, some parents expressed their gratitude as well as constructive feedback for the online services they received from us.
Jasleen and her family had experienced a tough time since Jasleen was born with additional needs. Stumbling on the learning path, they found the CDC where Jasleen’s learning needs were fulfilled and the family was supported.