SAHK

About

Founded in 1963, SAHK is dedicated to providing a wide range of rehabilitation services for persons with disabilities and special education needs. SAHK operates various types of service units including the Early Education and Training Centre, Pre-school Centres, Special Schools, Day Activity Centres, Vocational Rehabilitation Centres and Hostels for persons with disabilities. A total of 62 service units and special projects currently provide services to 8,000 families per annum

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Events

Arts, leisure and sport programmes and activities, public educational events, talks and seminars

Focus Areas


To meet the development needs of children and teenagers requiring special education, SAHK offers a number of service projects providing support to pre-school students and school-aged students with autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder or other developmental delays

Beneficiaries


Persons with disabilities, children with special education needs, and their families

Strengths


SAHK has a professional team which consists of therapists, social workers, psychologists, teachers and nurses

What They Do


SAHK pioneers and develops comprehensive and quality rehabilitation services for persons with disabilities and special education needs

Facts


A total of 62 service units and special projects serving over 8,000 families per annum