Residential child care services in Hong Kong: review and reflection
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AbstractResidential child care is one of the longest-running social services in Hong Kong, first launched in the mid-1800s and in receipt of government subsidies since the mid-1960s. An overview of these services is offered, including the historical development, nature and operation of the services, a users’ profile as well as service utilization. At the end of the chapter, the effectiveness of the services will be discussed, and will conclude with the author’s thoughts on future directions.
All Author(s) ListWong M. M. C.
All Editor(s) ListIslam T., Fulcher L.
Book titleResidential Child and Youth Care in a Developing World: Middle East and Asian Perspectives
Volume Number3
PublisherCape Town: CYC-Net Press
Pages322 - 336
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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