“Kiu-kiu used to be a whiny kid in the past. He would lose control on the street, scream loudly and throw himself to the ground. At first we thought he was just having a tantrum, and I would scold him loudly to stop him.”
Articles about "Special Education Needs"
In collaboration with the the Department of Psychology of HKU, the “Jumping Beans” ADHD support group has received a lot of positive feedbacks and recognition.
In collaboration with HKU, we launched a 2-year evaluation research for a parent-child parallel group service involving more than 100 K2 and K3 students with or at risk of ADHD, as well as their parents.
Stationing Social Work Service case sharing: Play therapy for parent and child with Autism spectrum disorder
The mother said her husband had just passed away from illness, leaving her to take care of the son by herself. Her son was recently diagnosed with Autism spectrum disorder and speech delay. He kept crying and looking for his father, she did not know what to do but scold him.
We strongly believe that play is not only a right for children, but also the bridge for interaction and communication between themselves and the outside world, helping them to be aware of and express their emotions.
When Shan Shan (nickname) entered the playroom, she started to use the toys to poke my leg and then placed them onto my arm. She stared at me and smiled without saying a word. Most adults might see these behaviors as challenging their bottom line or drawing attention.
Grasp the golden period of treatment: Early intervene to support children with special educational needs (SEN)
It’s natural for parents to feel anxious when they notice that their children may have developmental delay or show possible sign of having special educational needs and desperately seek prompt supports and solutions.