【 #WeArePolyU - Poly-preneur 1】Children with special educational needs often suffer from low self-esteem and tense family relationships, and struggle with their academic performance. PolyU alumnus Ernest Chan hopes to make a difference and bring positive impact to their lives. With support from the PolyU Micro Fund Scheme, he founded a start-up social enterprise focused on developing games for children with special educational needs. Watch the first episode of our Poly-preneur series and learn about the Kinect training game developed for children with dyslexia to help them learn Chinese handwriting and an online game specially designed to enhance the execution skills of children with autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics alumnus
(Posted on 28 May 2021)