Wednesday, 9 December 2009

What are they really up to in Hong Kong?


It's their own thing

It may nor quite be what CE people elsewhere expect or are used to themselves. Those at least who are intending to spend quite a sum to go there next December owe it to their hosts and to themselves to understand something of this in advance. Food for thought, though, for others too.

An article by Cecilia Webb (Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, Hong Kong Polytechnic University) and Judith Anderson (Education Queensland) may shed some light on this.

Webb, C., Anderson, J, (2003) The relevance of education training for therapists in promoting the delivery of holistic rehabilitation services for young school children with disabilities in Hong Kong, Disability and Rehabilitation, vol. 25, no 13, pp. 742-749

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