Challenges - Ordinary Preschool Children
Challenges - Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Challenges - Autism
Challenges - Special learning difficulties
Challenges - Eczema
When compared with parents taking care of children with other chronic illnesses, parents of children with eczema had higher parental stress, greater sleep disturbance and higher parental depression (Moore, David, Murray, Child, & Arkwright, 2006)
Challenges - Intellectual Disability
Ordinary Preschool Children - a. HOPE-20 (children: 2 years old)
Leung, C.; Tsang, S. K. M.; & Kwan, H. W. (2015). Efficacy of a Universal Parent Training Program (HOPE-20): Clustered Randomized Controlled Trial. Research on Social Work Practice, July(17), 1-15. doi:10.1177/1049731515593810
Ordinary Preschool Children - b. HOPE (children: 3-5 years old)
Ordinary Preschool Children - c. PACE (children: 2 years old)
Leung, C.; & Tsang, S. K. M. (2015). Parent and Child Enhancement (PACE)《啟步兒童成長計劃》教材套. Funded by the Public Policy Research Funding Scheme 2011/12. Hong Kong: Authors. 2014 A pilot evaluation of the PACE program to promote the development of children from disadvantaged families
Ordinary Preschool Children - d. Healthy Start Home Visit Program (children: 3-5 years old)
Leung, C.; Tsang, S. K. M.; & Heung, K. (2015). The Effectiveness of Healthy Start Home Visit Program: Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. Research on Social Work Practice, 25(3), 322-333. doi:1049731514533390
Ordinary Preschool Children - e. PCIT (children: 2-7 years old)
Leung, C.; Tsang, S. K. M.; & TWGHs (2012). Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) service in Hong Kong: An Efficacy and Effectiveness Study Report. Report on research supported by The Hong Kong Jockey Club. Hong Kong, 69 pages. 6.2012.
Ordinary Preschool Children - f. Positive psychology and Pre-school parent education
Ordinary Preschool Children - g. Happy Parenting
Ordinary Preschool Children - h. Fun to learn for young children (FLY)
Ordinary Preschool Children - i. The Health Empowerment Programme
Fung, S. C. C.; Yu, Y. T. E.; Guo, Y.; Wong, C. K. H.; Kung, K.; Ho, S. Y.; Lam, L. Y.; Ip, P.; Fong, D. Y. T.; Lam, C. L. D.; Wong, W. C. W.; Tsang, S. K. M.; Tiwari, A. F. Y., & Lam, C. L. K. (2016). Development of a Health Empowerment Programme to improve the health of working poor families: Protocol for a prospective cohort study in Hong Kong. BMJ open, 6(2), e010015.
ADHD - a. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy
Leung, C.; Tsang, S. K. M.; Ng, G. S. H.; & Choi, S. Y. (2016). Efficacy of Parent–Child Interaction Therapy With Chinese ADHD Children: Randomized Controlled Trial. Research on Social Work Practice, 1049731516643837.
Leung, C.; Tsang, S. K. M.; & TWGHs (2015). Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) service in Hong Kong: Efficacy and Effectiveness on Children with ADHD. Report on research supported by The Hong Kong Jockey Club. Hong Kong, 65 pages. 8.2015.
Autism - Jockey Club Autism Support Network
Special learning difficulties - a. Individual Education Plans (IEP)
Special learning difficulties - b. The Happy Parenting Program for preschool children with developmental disabilities
Special learning difficulties - c. Mathsbuddy
Eczema - a. Impact assessment and meaning reconstruction
Intellectual Disability - a. Cognitive–Behavioural Treatment (CBT)
Wong, D. F. K.; Poon, A.; & Kwok, Y. C. L. (2011). The maintenance effect of cognitive–behavioural treatment groups for the Chinese parents of children with intellectual disabilities in Melbourne, Australia: a 6‐month follow‐up study. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 55(11), 1043-1053.
Wong, F. K. D.; & Poon, A. (2010). Cognitive-behavioural group treatment for Chinese parents with children with developmental disabilities in Melbourne, Australia: An efficacy study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 44, 742-749.
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