Supportive Learning Project (Prince Edward)
The Supportive Learning Project (SLP) was launched in 2000 by Heep Hong Society to provide timely professional assessment, therapy and support services for children from birth to studying in primary schools and early secondary schools, as well as providing training for teachers and parents, on a self-financed basis.
Product and Service
To help children with special needs in mainstream schools overcome their learning difficulties, SLP in 2001 commenced the school support services, which provide diversified children training sessions, parents workshops and teachers training services to assist children with special needs to better integrate into ordinary schools. More than 400 schools have already subscribed to the services of SLP.