About Edge Development Centre
'Practices that work'
Founded in summer 2018, Edge Development Centre aspires to be the first-of-its-kind service-providing think-tank that comprises of front-line clinical professionals. It is an innovation for innovations where front-line clinicians could rally around, proposing systematic solutions to social problems / service gaps. We empower front-line clinicians to be the difference they want to see and we encourage bottom-up evidence-based practice (EBP). Through multi-disciplinary collaboration and strong adhesion to the scientific methods, we actualize 'Practices that work' in both macro (society-level) and micro (client-level) perspectives.
Edge Development Centre was awarded the EASE (Education and Social Entrepreneur) Fund, by the Education University of Hong Kong in early 2019 for its very first innovative project.
(Project name: GoodSupport) For details.
To be a powerhouse for theory-driven and innovative practices.
To bridge service gap in the society.
To promote evidence-based practice (EBP) in the society.
To make professional knowledge and support easily accessible to parents and teachers.
To empower systems (e.g. families, schools, centres, communities) through outreaching services.