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Promotion of a strength-based approach in understanding and helping children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD)

Project Collaborator

Prof. Joyce Ma

Duration 2019-2021
Funding Body Knowledge Transfer Project Fund
Amount HKD 399,978.4
Description

This 24-month cross-disciplinary project aims to disseminate the knowledge and wisdom regarding ADHD among children diagnosed with ADHD and their families, teachers, and helping professionals (including school social worker, educational psychologist and clinical psychologist); and to promote the understanding of the strength and talent of children with ADHD and the collaboration between the parents, teachers and helping professionals in supporting these children.

Train the trainers: Minority girls and gender justice

Project Collaborator

Prof. Raees Baig

Duration 2018-2019
Funding Body Knowledge Transfer Project Fund
Amount HKD 337,442
Description This project aims to provide educational programme for minority Muslim young women to learn about gender equality and women’s movement as well as skills training to be spokespersons on gender equality issues.

Impact Assessment for Good

Project Collaborator

Prof. Wong Hung

Duration 2018-2019
Funding Body Sustainable Knowledge Transfer Project Fund
Amount HKD 400,000
Description

This project is going to set up a social enterprise "Impact Assessment for Good" and it will be registered as a Company Limited by Guarantee in Hong Kong. In the hope of promoting a sustainable and justice society, the SE will offer quality research services and specialize on face-to-face survey, focus group discussion and social impact assessment (SIA) primarily for SEs and NGOs. "Impact Assessment for Good" will also provide quality survey services to government and public bodies who need to evaluate and assess policy and project outcomes.

Institute for User Participation (IUP)

Project Collaborator

Prof. Terry Leung and Prof. Phyllis Wong

Duration 2018
Funding Body Sustainable Knowledge Transfer Project Fund
Amount HKD 200,000
Description With the second year funding, their Institute for User Participation (IUP) will continue to promote experience-based planning among welfare service providers and support empowerment evaluation of social and welfare projects.

Institute for User Participation (IUP)

Project Collaborator

Prof. Terry Leung and Prof. Phyllis Wong

Duration 2017
Funding Body Sustainable Knowledge Transfer Project Fund
Amount HKD 400,000
Description The Institute for User Participation (IUP) aims to promote user participation and participatory decision-making. The first workshop was successfully held on 4 Dec 2017.

An Evidence-Based Neuropsychological Intervention for Mildly Cognitive/Emotionally Deteriorating Elderly in Hong Kong

Project Collaborator

Cheung Mei-chun

Duration 2015-2016
Funding Body Knowledge Transfer Project Fund
Amount HKD 399,534
Description This proposed service-based project aims to provide an ecologically valid intervention that is developed based upon Chinese culture for older adults in Hong Kong who show the early signs of cognitive and/or mood disorder.

「福利服务使用者参与管理」资源网站 (Web-based resource hub on user involvement in welfare service planning and management)

Coordinating Leader

Leung Tse-fong, Terry

Duration 2013 - 2014
Funding Body Knowledge Transfer Project Fund, CUHK
Amount HKD 140,260
Description (Only in Chinese) 基于社工理念的自决原则,以及配合社会福利署的评估需要,本港社福机构越来越重视服务使用者的参与,然而,机构人员对于使用者参与服务决策及管理仍有很多忧虑和困惑。「福利服务使用者参与管理」的资源网站设立的目的是透过方便的渠道,为有意推动服务使用者参与的人士,提供有用的资讯及建议。
Website http://www.user-involvement.com.hk/

Grief Detection and Management for Caregivers of People with Dementia

Project Collaborator

Chan Chi-ho, Wallace

Duration 2013 - 2015
Funding Body Knowledge Transfer Project Fund, CUHK/ UGC Earmarked Fund for Knowledge Transfer
Amount HKD 285,000
Description The project aims to develop a guideline of protocol for clinical and social service professionals to effectively identify grief and loss of family caregivers of people with dementia and provide necessary support so as to provide better and holistic care to both the caregivers and the people with dementia.