Multidisciplinary expert team providing early intervention and comprehensive support

Preschool children are developing rapidly. In order to monitor accurately and cater for the needs of children’s development, interventions directly related to children, including health check-up and Child Learning Fund, etc., will be available for children regularly during the three academic years. This allows the schools and parents to track children’s development closely, as well as provides reliable data for future policy advocacy.

The Project gathers a team of experts, including educational psychologists, social workers, speech therapists and healthcare professionals (including
registered nurses, dentists and doctors) to assess children’s school readiness for primary one, school effectiveness and family functioning, as well as to provide holistic support for participating children, families and schools.

The first phase of health assessment and baseline data collection is completed. The Project team will conduct annual follow-up assessments to track children’s development and to review the Project’s effectiveness.