Programme helps autistic children in Hong Kong schools open up

//Programme helps autistic children in Hong Kong schools open up

Programme helps autistic children in Hong Kong schools open up

Hongkonger Tiffany Lee was surprised when her 10-year-old son recently told her not to pack any snacks in his school bag, saying he wanted to focus on chatting with his friends during recess. Prior to that, Lee’s son – who was diagnosed with autism four years ago, and lacks certain social and communication skills – would usually just play alone. “He was relatively passive and reluctant to play with other children. He would just play on the slide by himself,” she said. “He did not know how to…

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