CHINA CENTER LECTURE: Parenting Needs of Chinese Parents of Children with Autism from America, Macau, and Taiwan
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | ONLINE ONLY (VIA ZOOM) | CE HOURS AVAILABLE | REGISTRATION REQUIRED
University of Saint Joseph, Macau
Professor of Social Policy, CSSW
Founding Director, China Center for Social Policy
About the Event
It is well known that bringing up a child with with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can be stressful. But less well known is the special needs parents of ASD children have, and how these needs might differ across cultures. At this China Center lecture, special education and autism specialist Hsu-Min Chiang (bio) will share the findings of her study focusing on the needs of Chinese parents of children with ASD in the United States, Macau, and Taiwan. She will focus on differences between Chinese American parents and non-American Chinese parents in the level of support services. She will also share her clinical experiences along with practical strategies for supporting parents in a variety of cultural settings. For more information, please CLICK HERE.
This lecture is part of the 2020–2021 annual lecture series on “Chinese Social Policy from Comparative Perspectives” cosponsored by the Columbia China Center for Social Policy and Weatherhead East Asian Institute and supported by the Columbia School of Social Work.