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Jockey Club STAR Resource Centre Opens for Service

Heep Hong Society opens its sixth Parents Resource Centre — Jockey Club STAR Resource Centre in Oi Man Estate, Homantin. It provides one-stop services to individuals with autism spectrum disorder, including individual and group training for preschool children, homework tutoring and secondary school adaptation programmes for school children, and career counseling and vocational training for youth and adults.   
Spanning 5,000 square feet, the new centre is equipped with a range of training facilities, including a simulated office, computer training room, karaoke room and cookery room.

The new centre is designed under the theme ‘STAR’, which carries two meanings. Autistic children are often called the ‘children of the stars’ - the stars which sparkle alone at the edge of the sky in darkness. ‘STAR’ also represents the core values of the Society’s services for autistic individuals: Support, Training, Acceptance, Respect. It is the Society’s vision to help them shine like the stars and live a colourful life.

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The Jockey Club STAR Resource Centre is designed with the theme ‘STAR’, which reflects the Society’s vision of helping autistic individuals reach their full potential.