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The ChildMind Project
Addressing the needs of parents, care-givers and educators
Hong Kong Child Intelligence Development Association (HKCIDA) is dedicated to helping children, parents, schools and care-givers in various disciplines throughout the different stages of a child's early development. HKCIDA aspires to promote an all-round intellectual, psychological and physical development among children.
The ChildMind Project

HKCIDA is launching the ChildMind Project which will address the educational and development needs of Children. Under the umbrella of the ChildMind Project, a number of initiatives will be launched in 2010 and 2011.

ChildMind Conference & Showcase 2010
To be held on 17-18 December 2010 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, ChildMind Conference & Showcase 2010 is the first event of its kind in Hong Kong to provide a neutral educational and knowledge-sharing platform for parents, child care professionals and child education industry practitioners.
  A comprehensive conference program centering on the full spectrum of a child’s development, with special highlights on hot topics such as special needs education, has been duly developed. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Annual Survey on Children with Special Needs
A first-ever attempt to consolidate the many sources of information across Hong Kong to reflect the up-to-date scenario of children with special needs. Many have argued that the increasing demands of services for children with special needs are not adequately met. It is therefore of vital importance to get an accurate picture of the present situation through a comprehensive survey among associations and professional bodies in order to help policy makers and service providers to devise solutions that better cater to the needs of our community.
Parenting in Action Booklet
A free-of-charge “survival guide” for parents-to-be and first-time dads and moms as well as a tool book for parents who want to keep themselves abreast of the latest in child care. The content of the booklet includes tips on parenting, resources available to parents in our community, articles and useful information on child development and special needs education, popular features on training, just to name a few.