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Opening Ceremony of Cheng Yu-Tung Child Development Centre at Yan Chai Hospital

11 Dec 2015

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Founded in 2016, the Cheng Yu-Tung Child Development Centre at Yan Chai Hospital supports children aged up to six year old who have been diagnosed or might potentially be handicapped (such as global developmental delay, language delay, muscles developmental delay, autism, developmental coordination disorder, and etc.). The programme aims to enhance integral development of these children by providing professional evaluation, training, and treatment; while helping their parents to acknowledge the challenges and educate them with the proper methods of taking care of these special children. An opening ceremony.

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