Some grassroots families may neglect their children’s developmental problems due to a lack of relevant knowledge. As a result, many children’s problems leave unsolved until being discovered by experienced child care workers in preschools or nursery schools at the age of 2 or 3.
“I did not realise that Yu Yan had any developmental problem, until she entered the nursery school at the age of 2. The teacher told me that Yu Yan was easily distracted in the class, and her reading and writing ability was below other children at the same age."
Over 140 fabulous prizes have been solicited, including jewelry pieces, hotel stays, electronic gadgets and shopping vouchers, from different generous sponsors.
HKSPC launched the "Community Kitchen" programme to provide a comfortable and well-equipped cooking environment for low-income families, with an aim to promote community and family harmony through cookery.
With a blink of an eye, it is now the middle of 2019, and the HKSPC Fund Raising Sub-Committee has almost filled up the event calendar for the year to raise funds to support the comprehensive programmes of the various HKSPC service units.
Today, Children’s Residential Home is the largest residential crèche for children up to 3 years of age in Hong Kong, offering round-the-clock residential care services to 104 children.
While we concluded 2018 with a cozy family gathering, we are kicking off 2019 with a glamorous wine dinner & jewelry sale, our annual vibrant charity walk and a number of other events.
HKSPC Children and Family Service Centre (Sham Mong District) pays particular attention to children and families’ healthy development, in the hope of making every effort with parents to nurture our next generation.
Our Flag Day was held in the Kowloon Region on Saturday, 28 July. It was one of the hottest days this summer. Yet, the heat wave did not stop the enthusiastic efforts of over 2,200 volunteer flag-sellers.