Tiffany Lee credits the JC A-Connect programme with bringing her autistic son out of his shell. Photo: Sammy Heung Tiffany Lee credits the JC A-Connect programme with bringing her autistic son out of his shell. Photo: Sammy Heung
Tiffany Lee credits the JC A-Connect programme with bringing her autistic son out of his shell. Photo: Sammy Heung
Education

Programme helps autistic children in Hong Kong schools open up

  • One parent credits the Jockey Club-funded programme, JC A-Connect, with bringing her son out of his shell
  • The after-school programme uses videos, activities and games to teach children how to understand other people’s emotions and manage their own

Topic |   Education
Tiffany Lee credits the JC A-Connect programme with bringing her autistic son out of his shell. Photo: Sammy Heung Tiffany Lee credits the JC A-Connect programme with bringing her autistic son out of his shell. Photo: Sammy Heung
Tiffany Lee credits the JC A-Connect programme with bringing her autistic son out of his shell. Photo: Sammy Heung
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