CHINESE PARENTS SPECIAL SUPPORT NETWORK (CPSSN) is a non-profit, non-denominational parents’ support group in Melbourne comprising membership of parents and volunteers.  The group aims to support Chinese families of children with special needs, such as autism, learning difficulties, intellectual disability.


 

Upcoming Events

Following are the upcoming events organised by CPSSN, please select and click the event photo to register.

Participants must be CPSSN members and direct family members. Each family can bring four family members only. This event is
Date:Every Mondays (Mandarin) and Every Thursdays (Cantonese)            Except Public Holidays            If you can understand both languages, You can participate in
Date:17/5/2021(Monday)Time:10.30AMCost: $5.00 for materials (donated to CPSSN)Place : Level 1, 79 Mahoneys Road, Forest Hill Only for CPSSN members and
Watching beautiful flowers makes people happy and joyful. Please register for the flower arrangement class Date: 19 & 26 /
A relaxing family day for CPSSN Northern members This event is funded by Merri Health and CPSSN is assisting participants
Carers can enjoy creating their own clay creations. This event is funded by Merri Health and CPSSN is assisting participants
Date: 17, 24, 31 March, 7, 21, 28 April & 5, 12 June 2021 (Wednesday)Time: 8:30 pm to 9:30 pmLocation:
Allowing caregivers to have a time to be creative and imaginative after a long vacation. The flowers will be created
Date: Thursday  26th of November 2020Time: 8.00pm - 9.00pmLocation: Zoom
Part One: Knowing My Community Stayed connected with your community without going out. Join our CPSSN online game event, then

 

15319141_584738098389014_7714840985980430155_n-2 copyAutism ID and Lanyard Program

Since 2015, we have been working with the Box Hill Police station on a project, the Autism ID and lanyard. The Autism ID and lanyard was designed by Chinese Parents Special Support Network to create a safer and understanding environment for young people with Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), as these young people often travel independently by public transport. Although they do not have any obvious different in appearance from non-autistic youth, they do have difficulty in communication… read more