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.

A free, fun and accessible day out at Melbourne Zoo for families of children with developmental delay or disability. Date:
Date: 29/8/2023 (Tuesday)Time : 10.30am -12.30pmPlace: 79 Mahoneys Road, Forest HillFee: $5.00 (donation to CPSSN’s Admin fee) EVENT FULL
Date: Saturday 9/12/2023Time: 10.30am - 2.00pmPlace: Grand Pavilion of Melbourne ShowgroundsFee: $5.00The fees will go towards the administration costs at
Date: 25/7/2023 (Tuesday)Time: 10.30pm – 12.00pmPlace:Level 1, 79 Mahoneys Road,Forest HillFee: $10.00The fees will go towards the administration costs at
Date : 17/6/23 (Sat)Time:2-4pmCost: $ 5.00Venue: Forest hill Hall402-404 Canterbury road, forest Hill The fees will go towards the administration
Account Name: Chinese Parents Special Support NetworkBSB : 033172Account no. : 820938Description: (*Message: Leave “Your name” and (SE 25/5))Please keep
A relaxing family day for CPSSN members and their familyActivites : Games, Presents and Light refreshments Date: 20/05/2023 (Saturday)Time: 2.30pm
Where are taking care of our family we need to have time to relax. Let us get stocking flower make
Parents will learn how to make the jelly art and will then work with their child together on their family


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