The Pathways Foundation (“Pathways”) strives to help children with dyslexia to bridge the learning gap, rekindle their interest in learning, and build self-confidence through professional and evidence-based intervention programmes.
Established in 2001, we are a registered charitable organization in Hong Kong, currently operating three learning/support centres in Kowloon, Shatin and Tsuen Wan. Our team consists of specialized subject teachers of Chinese, English, mathematics and Early Literacy Support, as well as allied professionals including clinical psychologists, educational psychologists, occupational therapists and speech therapists. They collaborate to serve hundreds of students with dyslexia each year through individualized and continued after-school or in-school intervention programmes, along with professional assessment and therapy services.
In addition, we organize regular parent seminars and activities to share with the public current knowledge on reading difficulties, and insights into the teaching and learning of children with dyslexia.
To bridge the learning gap of children with dyslexia in Hong Kong through a variety of interventions and education programmes.
Create a nurturing, effective and individualized learning environment
Provide dyslexia-specific and evidence-based intervention programmes
Build trusting and collaborative
dyslexia and promote
Partnership with the Community
Pathways strives to raise
community awareness and
understanding of dyslexia
Policy Makers and Educators
Close liaison with teachers,
schools, the authorities and other
related organizations for
Provision of more comprehensive support for schoolchildren involved