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Children’s Residential Home

Service Features

The Needs of Our Children

In recent years, children are admitted to the Children’s Residential Home mainly because parents are drug abusers, suspected child abusers, or have inadequate parenting skills or mental health problems. More than half of the children are under Care or Protection Order or Social Welfare Department Guardianship.

In addition, many of the parents had habits which had affected their children’s health and development. Some of the children are diagnosed with developmental delay or disabilities and have to receive regular treatment.

Edu-care Service

We arrange appropriate daily routines and learning programmes for young children to fulfill their physical and psychological development needs at different developmental stages.


  • Benchmark for infant care

  • Healthy Diet Enhancement Scheme

  • Infectious disease control measures


  • Regular review on children’s development

  • Diverse and stimulating learning activities

  • Cross-professional support

Service focus for children at different developmental stages:

0-8 months

  • Health and Development:
    Regular record and follow-up

  • Eating and Resting:
    Establishing good eating and sleeping habits

  • Interactive Activities:
    Baby massage, sensory exploration, storytelling and singing

9-16 months

  • Learning Through Play: 
    Increasing interactions with adults and peers

  • Learning from Daily Life Experience: 
    Practicing self-care skills according to ability development

  • Multi-sensory Exploration: 
    Fostering fine motor, gross motor and emotional development

  • Mouth Muscle and Pre-language Exercises: 
    Fostering language development

17-24 months

  • “Progression in Fun” Corner:
    Self-initiated exploration and learning

  • Storytelling and Music Movements:
    Enhancing listening and body coordination skills

  • Learning Through Play:
    Fostering balanced development

  • Good Daily Habits:
    Following healthy daily routine

2-3 years old

  • Learning Through Play: 
    Self-initiated exploration and learning

  • Music and Arts: 
    Fostering a sense of self and encouraging creativity

  • Life Education: 
    Learning social skills and manners

  • School Preparation: 
    Following daily routine and developing self-care skills, achieving developmentally appropriate learning goals

Professional Team ​

  • Child care workers take 3 shifts to provide round-the-clock care to children and arrange alternate active and quiet activities for them according to their age and developmental needs to enhance their physical and emotional development.

  • Nurses take 3 shifts to provide basic nursing care to children, monitor their health and development closely, to ensure children who are unwell or have developmental delay can receive appropriate diagnosis and treatment.

  • Social workers provide family support and parent education work. They collaborate with case workers and social workers of other agencies to support parents with parent-child relationship and to strengthen their role and functions as parents, in order to increase chances for children to return home in the future.

  • Clinical psychologists visit the Home 2 days per month to provide emotional support and training to children and staff, and to provide early identification and training services to children in need.

  • Outsourced speech therapists offer individual and group training to children with developmental delay or speech disorder to provide early intervention and support.