Jessica Tuohy (left), clinical director at therapy centre Spot, with four-year-old Kara Blaauw. Photo: Jonathan Wong Jessica Tuohy (left), clinical director at therapy centre Spot, with four-year-old Kara Blaauw. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Jessica Tuohy (left), clinical director at therapy centre Spot, with four-year-old Kara Blaauw. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Families of children with special needs struggle with uncertain future as coronavirus pandemic leaves therapy options limited

  • Closure of city’s schools has left families wondering if they might be better off leaving Hong Kong

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Jessica Tuohy (left), clinical director at therapy centre Spot, with four-year-old Kara Blaauw. Photo: Jonathan Wong Jessica Tuohy (left), clinical director at therapy centre Spot, with four-year-old Kara Blaauw. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Jessica Tuohy (left), clinical director at therapy centre Spot, with four-year-old Kara Blaauw. Photo: Jonathan Wong
READ FULL ARTICLE