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Pre-school Children

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Zero to six years is an important stage of child development. Early identification of the special educational needs (SEN) challenges which children encounter and timely training would be beneficial to their growth. We actively review and respond to social needs by evaluating and enhancing our services, including the Early Educational and Training Centres, Special Child Care Centres, Nursery Schools, On-site Pre-school Rehabilitation Services and Supportive Learning Project, while implementing forward-looking plans and developing educational resources to help children reach their full potential during the golden period of learning. 

Early Education & Training Centres (EETCs)  To provide professional early intervention and training services once or twice a week for young children with developmental disorders.

Special Child Care Centres (SCCCs)  To provide five-days-a-week professional intensive care and training to help special needs children.

Nursery School / Kindergarten  To provide a healthy and happy environment for children

School-based Support Services  The OPRS professional teams provide on-site rehabilitation services and training to children with special needs.

Pilot Scheme on Social Work Service for Pre-Primary Institutions

Supports for Dyslexia

Project Preemie - Support to Infants and Young Children  The Project advocates early intervention of preterm infants and young children with different learning abilities.

Primary One Adaptation Programme

Child Development and Training

Hydrotherapy Service

Training Subsidies

Assessment & Training