Heep Hong Society

About

Established in 1963, Heep Hong Society is a leading local non-profit organisation committed to helping children and young adults with special needs and their families develop their potential in a happy and healthy environment, thereby contributing to a more inclusive society. Heep Hong’s 500-strong professional team comprises psychologists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, physiotherapists, social workers, nurses, and child-care workers.

Every year, its services at over 40 service units directly benefit more than 6,000 families. It also makes contributions to the development of child rehabilitation services in the Greater China Region through research on various treatment approaches, publication and training. Special needs addressed include autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, specific learning difficulties, developmental delay, speech delay and multiple handicaps.

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Events

Centre open day, autism exhibition, social adaptation programmes, seminars

Focus Areas


Provide professional support, education and training for children with special needs and their families.

Beneficiaries


Children with autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, specific learning difficulties, developmental delay, speech delay and multiple handicaps.

Strengths


Heep Hong Society sends staff overseas to acquire the latest training techniques, regularly invites internationally acclaimed scholars to provide training, conducts innovative research, and produces new books, resource CD-ROMs and computer apps on children's development.

What They Do


With over 40 service units, Heep Hong Society is committed to providing professional care, education and training services to children from birth to junior secondary school who have developmental and learning problems, and support services to their families.

Facts


The society provides services to more than 6,000 families every year.