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Teacher in HCM City dedicates life to inclusive education for disabled children

Nguyen Thi Phuong Dung, a 55 year-old teacher in HCM City, is pioneering inclusive education for autistic children.

Autism disorders benefit from 'multidisciplinary interventions'

An 8-year-old boy from HCM City diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder is now able to communicate with friends, family and teachers after receiving four years of multidisciplinary treatment.

Social assistance for people with mental illness, autism to be promoted

A social assistance and rehabilitation programme for autistic children and people with mental disorders in 2021 – 2030 has been approved by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.

Autistic children display paintings online

An online painting exhibition on Facebook fanpage ToheFun tells emotional stories about life of seven autism children. 

Teachers of autistic children appreciated at HCM City event

Saigon Children’s Charity and Vietnam Autism Network organised the Teachers of Children with Autism Appreciation Day in HCM City on Saturday where children on the autism spectrum were taught to make appreciation cards for their teachers.

Police investigate poor-quality training targeting autistic children

Police in Bac Ninh Province are investigating a local training centre accused of mistreating children with autism.

Vinmec detects new mutation in six genes likely related to autism

The Vinmec Research Institute of Stem Cell and Gene Technology reported six new mutated genes found in autistic children as part of a study on identifying gene mutations in children with autism in Vietnam.

Retired teacher dedicates her life to disadvantaged children

 VietNamNet Bridge – A retired teacher living on Hanoi’s Kham Thien Street, Dao Ngoc Huan has become well known among her community for helping disadvantaged children.

Parents play most important role in treating autistic children

 VietNamNet Bridge – Nguyen Thi Hang, a mother in Hanoi, struggled alone with her son for five years as he battled autism.

Teachers help autistic children learn through activities

VietNamNet Bridge – Phúc Tuệ Centre serves as a second home for children with autism, a palce where they can not only find comfort and safety but also learn through activities and classes designed to meet their needs.

Training given for early intervention for autistic children

 VietNamNet Bridge – Teachers and therapists from schools and hospitals around the country on Monday resumed training in practical autism intervention skills.

Vietnam still has no legal framework on education of autistic children

VietNamNet Bridge - There are about 200,000 autistic children in Vietnam, but the law has no content regulating their educational treatment. 

Voluntary American doctors offer free services

 VietNamNet Bridge – Four-hundred people filled the auditorium of Nguyen Tri Phuong Hospital last Saturday, listening raptly to advice given by American doctors about guided methods of intervention for their autistic children.

School closed for mistreatment of autistic children

 VietNamNet Bridge – The HCM City Department of Education and Training has ordered the closure of a local primary school for autistic children due to maltreatment of students along with other violations.

Child artist inspires with painting showcase

 VietNamNet Bridge – The small, happy world of a nine-year-old boy born with autism, as seen through his paintings, is now on display in downtown Ha Noi.

Miracle mum puts autism in the spotlight

VietNamNet Bridge – Fourteen-year-old Nguyen Trung Hieu stares unblinkingly at the music sheet before him and gently rests his fingers on the piano. Then he takes a breath and begins to play, his hands dancing over the ivory keys.