What we do
The Child Development Centre (CDC) is a not-for-profit organisation, informally set up in 1976 and officially constituted in 1978. For over 40 years, the CDC has provided support in English and Chinese to children with a wide spectrum of Special Educational Needs (SEN). Our staff members adopt an interdisciplinary approach to facilitate children’s development taking into account each child’s individual needs. We provide a variety of services including assessments as well as group or individual early intervention, embracing speech therapy, occupational/motor therapy, sensory processing and/or social skills training, as well as attention and behavioural support to ignite a child’s learning journey. Aside from providing educational services for children, the CDC is also committed to serving their families as well as the whole community. We help empower parents as well as child-care professionals through family support and counselling services, professional school support and child development training.