The Special Educational Needs Rights Association has urged the government to provide more support to parents of special needs children. (left to right) Lawmaker Fernando Cheung, Connie Chan, Helen Kwok Hoi-ying, SEN service officer, Dr Shirley Hung, Baptist University, Rio Chan Hin-ting, a social worker, and Ho Cheuk-hin, the SEN organisation officer. Photo: Zoe Law

Study highlights extreme stress levels and lack of support for parents of special-needs children in Hong Kong

Advocacy group Special Educational Needs Rights Association calls on government to improve availability of resources after finding just one-third of welfare centres in city caters for needs of parents

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The Special Educational Needs Rights Association has urged the government to provide more support to parents of special needs children. (left to right) Lawmaker Fernando Cheung, Connie Chan, Helen Kwok Hoi-ying, SEN service officer, Dr Shirley Hung, Baptist University, Rio Chan Hin-ting, a social worker, and Ho Cheuk-hin, the SEN organisation officer. Photo: Zoe Law
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