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Professional Support

To ensure its services and information are trustworthy and authoritative, Healthy Seed collaborates with professionals and experts from different organizations and groups, including pediatricians, ophthalmologists and optometrists, educational psychologists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, dietitians, nurses, artists, principals, STEM teachers, pre-school educators and experienced registered social workers. Amongst our partners, Hong Kong Christian Service manages the arrangement of instructors and program planning of “HOPE-20®”, “Parenting Workshop”, “Parents’ talk”, and “Staff Development”. The Department of Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine of Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine at The University of Hong Kong has been providing answers in response to the questions of children healthcare issues.The professionals and experts are engaged in writing or reviewing parenting articles. They also assist in the production of related multimedia content. Meanwhile, some of them have lent their support by kindly authorizing Healthy Seed to make use of their research findings or publications. All their contributions have enhanced the practicality of Healthy Seed’s content relating to positive parenting and have enabled it to provide comprehensive child-rearing advice for the public.

Healthy Seed would like to express its gratitude to the following organizations for their support:

(In alphabetical order)

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Against Child Abuse

The Against Child Abuse was established in 1979 as a local charitable organization specialized in child protection. We strive to eliminate all forms of child abuse with the mission of promoting a caring and non-violent environment for the optimal growth and development of our children. To achieve our goals, we provide quality preventive, risk intervention, remedial services, and advocate for children welfare.
https://www.aca.org.hk/

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Centre for Child and Family Science, The Education University of Hong Kong

The Centre for Child and Family Science (CCFS) is an interdisciplinary research centre at The Education University of Hong Kong. As a thriving hub for innovation, CCFS conducts high-quality research and promotes evidence-based practices, addressing such important topics as child development and socioemotional competence, parenting and family relationship, literacy and numeracy, transition to school, learning from play and daily life, social inclusion and multiculturalism, etc. Facebook page: eduhkccfs
www.eduhk.hk/ccfs

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Department of Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine of the University of Hong Kong

Department of Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine of the University of Hong Kong, established in 1964, is a global leader in child health research and a pre-eminent leading paediatrics department in the region striving for the health and well-being of children and youth.
https://paed.hku.hk/

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Heep Hong Society

Established in 1963, Heep Hong Society is a leading children education and rehabilitation organization committed to helping children and youth of diverse needs. We offer professional assessment, guidance, training and family support, thereby contributing to an inclusive society. Our 1,000-strong team serves more than 15,000 families every year at over 50 service units, as well as mainstream kindergartens, primary and secondary schools. As an innovative service provider, Heep Hong Society is dedicated to developing evidence-based approaches and promoting the development of the integrated education and rehabilitation sectors in the Greater China region through a suite of research, training, publications and tools.
https://www.heephong.org/

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Hong Kong Christian Service

Since 1952, Hong Kong Christian Service (HKCS) has been working towards a humane and just society. We provide the needy with suitable, professional and quality services genuinely. We care for the disadvantaged and the neglected. We uphold our vision of “Towards a Benevolent and Just Society, Holistic Development for All” by instilling hope, advocating justice and promoting harmony for our people and society.
http://www.hkcs.org/

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School of Optometry, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

We are registered optometrists (Part I) in Hong Kong. Optometrists are professional eye care practitioners who enhance the quality of life of the community through improving their vision and promoting eye health awareness. In terms of children development, we provide examination and assessment of children’s visual function, such as visual signal, vision efficiency, vision acuity and ocular health. Apart from providing comprehensive eye examinations, we are also responsible for vision training and prescribing special vision aids. We will make recommendations to parents for facilitating timely vision development of their children and improving their eye care awareness.
https://www.polyu.edu.hk/so/

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The Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP), the Hong Kong Psychological Society

The Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP) of the Hong Kong Psychological Society is a professional body representing the specialty of Clinical Psychology in Hong Kong. The missions of DCP are to promote and guide the standard of practice and teaching of Clinical Psychology in Hong Kong; and to disseminate psychological knowledge to enhance the well-being of the public.
https://hkps-dcp.org.hk/tc/

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The Family Planning Association of Hong Kong

The FPAHK, a non-profit organization, advocates, promotes and provides information, education, medical and counseling services in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and Responsible Parenthood for the community.
https://www.famplan.org.hk

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The Fred Hollows Foundation

The Fred Hollows Foundation is an international development organization, established by renowned ophthalmologist Professor Fred Hollows in 1992, aiming to end avoidable blindness. Four out of five people who are blind don’t have to be. Restoring sight can change lives. The Foundation trains local doctors and health workers, builds and upgrades facilities, and provides equipment in order to achieve long-term sustainable eye health care.
https://www.hollows.org/hk-en/home

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The Hong Kong 5-S Association

The Hong Kong 5-S Association was established on May 15, 1999. The association was originated from the School of Business of HK Baptist University. At the same time, the "5-S Lead Auditor Training Course" has developed into membership training. It has trained more than 20,000 people from over 1,000 organizations. In 2000, more than 80 school teachers and students were trained under the Quality Education Fund, which has also achieved remarkable results.
http://www.hk5sa.com/hk5sa/hk5sa.htm

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The Hong Kong Dietitians Association

The Hong Kong Dietitians Association is a non-profit organisation that governs the professional competency of registered dietitians, promotes nutritional health to the public, and to enable the public to openly access the list of our qualified dietitian members for nutrition therapy. All of our members must complete a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics recognised overseas or locally. Facebook Page : Hong Kong Dietitians Association http://www.hkda.com.hk/

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香港青年協會家長全動網

青協家長全動網(簡稱全動網)是全港最大的家長學習和支援網絡,積極推動「家長學」。家長責任重大;在不同階段教養子女,涉及的知識廣泛,需要不斷學做家長,做好家長。 全動網分別在網上和全港各區鼓勵家長積極參與各項親職學習課程,促進交流和自學,幫助家長與子女拉近距離、適切處理兩代衝突,以及培養子女成才。 全動網凝聚家長組成龐大互助網絡,透過彼此扶持與持續學習增值,解決親子難題,與子女同步成長。
http://psn.hkfyg.hk/

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The Paediatric Specialty Group the Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association

The Paediatric Specialty Group of the Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association represents a group of registered physiotherapists serving paediatric clients in various settings including hospitals, schools, NGOs, Child Assessment Clinics and private clinics. We are dedicated to promoting quality and client-centered paediatric physiotherapy service to our young clients and their families. Throughout the years, the Paediatric Specialty Group has been promoting best practice and facilitating knowledge exchange in paediatric conditions. Paediatric physiotherapy covers a wide spectrum of health issues such as congenital abnormalities (e.g. clubfoot, torticollis); orthopaedic conditions (e.g. scoliosis, flat feet, sports injury); developmental and sensorimotor problems (e.g. developmental coordination disorder, ADHD, ASD); neurological (e.g. prematurity, cerebral palsy) and cardiopulmonary conditions (e.g. asthma, bronchitis, mouth breathing, obesity). Working in line with our enthusiasm for professional excellence, we are committed to promoting children’s health through public education and working closely with parents, teachers and stakeholders in the community.
http://www.hongkongpa.com.hk/

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Physical Fitness Association of Hong Kong, China

Established in 1986, Physical Fitness Association of Hong Kong, China Limited (HKPFA) was set up by a group of physical education scholars and executives of social service organizations with an aim to promote concepts and awareness of health, physical fitness and exercise safety in Hong Kong. HKPFA is a non-profit- making national sports association recognized by the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China.
http://www.hkpfa.org.hk/

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Playright Children’s Play Association (Playright)

Playright Children’s Play Association (Playright) established in Hong Kong in 1987, is a charity which advocates children’s play for over 30 years, as we “Value Children. Value Play.” Our vision is building a society that respects, protects and fulfils a Child’s Right to Play, where children can enjoy their childhood. We have the mission to promote the value of play and seek societal commitment to meet the play needs of every child at policy, planning and provision.
https://playright.org.hk/

Acknowledgement to the volunteer professional team:

Deloitte • Guan Huang & Chen Fang Certified Public Accountants

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