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Integrated Education

With a large team of professional staff and years of experience in serving children with developmental and learning problems and their families, Heep Hong has published the following publications and training package in Chinese to share its knowledge and experience with peer practitioners, parents and students.


Primary One Made Easy

Primary One Made Easy

Parents often have mixed feelings about their autistic children entering mainstream primary schools. On one hand, they are pleased that their children have the ability and opportunity to learn with other kids. On the other hand, they are uncertain about whether their children can adapt to a new environment and school life. The manual targets the typical obstacles encountered by autistic students, such as emotional management, adaptation to a new environment, observing new rules, self-care, socailising and understanding others' feeling. With the experience and expertise of Heep Hong Society's professional team, this 6-chapter manual addresses the causes of and solutions to such problems. It also provides diverse family activities to help parents and their children prepared for primary school life.
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The book is sponsored by Van Tze Zung Charity Foundation. It is distributed for free to participants in Heep Hong Society’s seminars or activities.
Story Book: Making Friends with Autistic Peers

Story Book: Making Friends with Autistic Peers

Understanding, acceptance and support by teachers and fellow students are essential for the successful integration of autistic children into ordinary schools. With this in mind, Making Friends with Autistic Peers was published to enable students in ordinary schools to have a deeper understanding of the traits and behavioral characteristics of their autistic peers in the hope that students could make friends with each other and study together under a harmonious learning environment. The book was sponsored by the Keswick Foundation, and will be distributed free to participants in relevant seminars.
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To be distributed for free to participants in relevant seminars or functions.
Infinity Star Academy: A Storybook on Integrated Education

Infinity Star Academy: A Storybook on Integrated Education

As more and more children with special needs return to mainstream schools, students have more chances to interact with their peers with special needs at mainstream schools. However, do they truly understand and accept their ‘special’ schoolmates? Infinity Star Academy: A Storybook on Integrated Education is a picture book designed for normal primary school children and their parents. It tells a riveting story against a backdrop of an imaginary quasi-school environment in simple language and with colourful pictures. Guided by an educational psychologist and a social worker, children are encouraged to reflect on their own behavior and attitude from the perspective of an outsider, and gain a better understanding of dyslexia, autism and attention deficit/ hyperactivity disorder. The storybook also offers tips to parents and teachers on cultivating empathy in their children, helping them develop healthy interpersonal relationships, and accept their classmates who are differently abled, with an effort to create a harmonious school environment. Siu Lam, the protagonist, has recently moved to the Infinity Star. At his new school, Infinity Academy, every child is endowed with a special talent. With help from teachers and classmates, everyone can develop his or her potential. However, not everyone fits in at school. Taro is often socially isolated and teased. On a camping trip, a terrifying incident happens – Taro has gone missing! Where has he gone? How do the children at the Infinity Star Academy find him? What changes do they go through after this experience? If you want to know the rest of the story, why don’t you begin this adventure on ‘Infinity Star’ now?  The publication was sponsored by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust.
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 To be distributed for free to participants in relevant seminars or functions.
Handbook of Helping Autistic Children Studying in Mainstream Schools

Handbook of Helping Autistic Children Studying in Mainstream Schools

As more and more children with autism or Asperger syndrome integrate into mainstream schools, teachers and the public are looking for a better understanding of those children. In view of this, our psychologists and therapists prepared this book to expound on the behaviors and emotions of those children with case studies, followed by feasible teaching strategies. The book was sponsored by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust.
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To be distributed for free to participants in relevant seminars or functions.
Teaching & Learning of Autistic Children – Manual for Child-care Workers

Teaching & Learning of Autistic Children – Manual for Child-care Workers

The book was compiled by our educational psychologist aiming to enrich child-care workers’ understanding of the developmental characteristics of autistic children, and with the aid of teaching examples helping teachers to devise strategies to cope with those children’s behaviors. The book was sponsored by the Quality Education Fund, and will be distributed free to participants in relevant seminars.
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