(From left) Dr Tik Chi-yuen, chief executive of the Hong Kong Institute of Family Education, Marcia Ng, chairwoman of the Hong Kong Association for ADHD; and parent Carrie Ng. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong government urged to give subsidies to families to treat ADHD, as affected kids face long wait in public health care

  • Forced to turn to private hospitals for treatment, families have found themselves in financial difficulty
  • The Hong Kong Association for ADHD says new patients have to wait for up to 148 weeks for public sector hospital appointments
Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals

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(From left) Dr Tik Chi-yuen, chief executive of the Hong Kong Institute of Family Education, Marcia Ng, chairwoman of the Hong Kong Association for ADHD; and parent Carrie Ng. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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