Career Planning for Autistic Youths – Aquaponics

Urban agriculture will be the future trend of the world’s food supply chain, and the symbiosis of fish and vegetables is not only the development direction of modern science and technology agriculture, but also an excellent environmental protection ecosystem. Compared with traditional soil farming agriculture, it is more methodical and modular, making SEN/autistic youth easier to master and operate.

Many families with autistic children are worried about the future of their children as it is very difficult to find suitable jobs for them. LoveXpress’s newest program, “Career Planning for Autistic Youths – Aquaponics” train and help SEN or autistic youths equip themselves with the technical and operational skills of aquaponics farming and related work fields to equip them for future employment opportunities.

Target Group

Special Education Needs (SEN) or Autistic Youths aged 16-25.

Youths with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) who are age-appropriate with adequate understanding and execution skills are given priority.


The program lasts for two years and trains 100 young people with Special Education Needs each year.
After evaluation and selection by the instructor, 25 beginner class students will be selected for promotion to the advanced class.

Beginner Class (100)

Time: 3 hours
Requirements: Parents are required to participate
Content: Understand the basic theory, gain farm experience and construct a small DIY aquaponics system to enhance the interest of participants.

Advanced Class (25)

Time: 18 hours
Requirements: Participants have to take the class by themselves, without parents.
Content: Students are trained on the skills and application of aquaponics symbiosis, and are groomed to handle things independently.

Remarks: Four classes will be held on Friday. If students need to take a leave from school, the Centre for Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education of EduHK can provide invitation letters for the school.

Venue: 9F, Chi Ko Industrial Building, 17 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

Application deadline: 31 July 2020

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