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Information for New Registration

Referral by a registered doctor or psychologist is required for receiving assessment services in CACs. Parents should approach respective CACs for registration in person or by phone. (Information for referrers can be accessed here to downlod here to downlod text version)

Registration Checklist

Please bring along the following documents and fees

  • Referral letter from a registered medical practitioner or clinical / educational psychologist. Valid period of referral for new case booking is within 6 months from the issued date (must be orginal)
  • Birth certificate or identity card of the child (must be original copy)
  • Identity cards of both parents (photocopies are accepted)
  • One recent passport photo, MCHC Child Health Record, immunization record and all specialist follow-up cards
  • Local residential address proof (photocopies are accepted)
  • Specialist outpatient service fee (HK$100 for first appointment and HK$60 for each subsequent consultation) or identity proof for civil service eligible person or valid Certificate of CSSA Recipients (for Medical Waiver)

*During every appointment, parents should bring along the birth certificate/identity card of the child for checking.

*Parent should inform Child Assessment Centre (CAC) as soon as possible for re-scheduling if the child are not able to attend the original scheduled appointment. Otherwise, the appointment would be cancelled. Parent would need to call CAC to make an appointment again.

Registration Form

Central Kowloon Child Assessment Centre

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Last revision date: 11 July 2014