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Watchdog Early Education Centre

Founded in 1983, Watchdog Early Education Centre is a registered charitable organization in Hong Kong providing intensive and well-rounded early intervention and therapy programming for children with special educational needs aged from new born to six. Watchdog operates separate English and Cantonese speaking programmes. The children we support have a wide spectrum of challenges including Global Developmental Delay, Autistic Spectrum Disorder(ASD), Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD) as well as a variety of learning difficulties and physical disability. We offer psychological assessment, specialist teaching both on an individual basis or small group setting, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, and Music Therapy. We serve over 300 children annually.

We now operate two centres, one in Hong Kong Central and the other in Kowloon Jordan. Our Hong Kong Centre admits children who are on the government waitlist into our regular programme. On the other hand the self-financed Jordan centre, partially subsidized by the Community Chest, admits children by direct application to Watchdog. We also offer Saturday Self-financing Programmes at both centres since 1999 to fill the critical service gap for children to receive appropriate training and therapeutic service at their earliest possible age.

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