About FWD Hong Kong & Macau
FWD Group spans Hong Kong & Macau, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam and Japan. In Hong Kong, FWD offers life and medical insurance, general insurance, employee benefits, and financial planning. The life insurance and general insurance operating entities have been assigned strong financial strength ratings by international rating agencies — FWD Life Insurance Company (Bermuda) Limited is rated “A3” by Moody’s and “A” by Fitch; and FWD General Insurance Company Limited is rated “A” by Fitch.
FWD is focused on creating fresh customer experiences, with easy-to-understand products, supported by digital technology. Through this customer-led approach, FWD aims to become a leading pan-Asian insurer that changes the way people feel about insurance.
Established in Asia in 2013, FWD is the insurance business of investment group, Pacific Century Group.
For more information please visit WWW.FWD.COM.HK
The Hong Kong Society of Psychiatrists
The Hong Kong Society of Psychiatrists are founded by a group of psychiatrists in the 1980s to enhance the academic exchange between psychiatrists and to promote the understanding of mental disorders towards the general public of Hong Kong. Currently, over 80% of Specialists in Psychiatry in private sector are the members of the Hong Kong Society of Psychiatrists, covering around 30% of all 395 Specialists in Psychiatry in Hong Kong.
About The Child Development Centre
The Child Development Centre (“CDC”) is a non-profit organisation, which was informally set up in 1976 and was officially constituted in 1978. We have been providing support to children (aged 0 – 6) with additional educational needs and their families in Hong Kong for over 40 years. The children we serve include both the local communities and the non-Cantonese speaking communities across all ethnic groups. At the CDC, our primary goal is to foster and nurture the growth of our children. Our professional team consists of Clinical/Educational Psychologists, Behavioural Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists and Special Educational Needs Teachers. They all are highly-educated with additional professional qualifications.
Based on the child’s individual needs, we ignite their learning journeys by providing them with appropriate, quality educational services including assessments, group setting early intervention programmes, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, sensory integration, social skills guidance, attention training and behavioural support. Throughout the year, we closely monitored our programmes to ensure a continuous excellent quality and high standard.
Aside from providing educational services to 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.