Welcome to the Chinese Parents Special Support Network
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.
Following are the upcoming events organised by CPSSN, please select and click the event photo to register.
We invite you to join our carers luncheon and meet your new friends during the Carers Week! Fees: $5.00per person
This event is funded by Merri Health and CPSSN is assisting participants to fill out application forms. Participants are limited
The Variety Kids Xmas Party is now in its 33rd year and has welcomed over 150,000 sick, disadvantaged or special
Enjoy the fun of music performance, family games and playing the drum with your children on Sunday afternoon. Date: September
Studies have demostrated the effectivenessof mindfulness in improving anxiety and depressions Fees: $10.00 per person (Only CPSSN member，donation for CPSSN
Only the first five application will be taken into account. The child and parent MUST be there on the day.
An information session for introducing some updated policy changes related to the Carer payments, income testing, Disability Trust and the
Date: 10th of September 2019 (Tuesday) Time: 10.00 am Venue: Level 1, 79 Mahoneys Rd, Forest Hill, VIC 3131 Complimentary
Webinars will allow for discussion of issues with experts online at home or in a place with internet.1. Participants must
Through mindfulness exercises, children with special needs can learn skills to manage their stress and increase their concentration. Date Time
Autism 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