Our aim is to promote healthy and active ageing among different age groups of our older adults so as to keep active participation and lifelong learning.
Our aim is to support people with cognitive impairment and their families in the community by providing different activities and trainings.
Hidden and vulnerable elder service is a community support service. Through outreaching activities, reach out and identify 'hidden' and singleton elders, bring them out of isolation, encourage and assist them to develop their social life, and refer those in need to the existing public support network.
To provide counselling to older adults so as to resolve their emotional and interpersonal relationship problems, accommodation and financial difficulties.
Carer Support Service aims at supporting carers to take care of their older family members in the community so as to enhance well-being of carers and the elderly.
We joined “Jockey Club Community eHealth Care Project” in 2017. The eHealth project is the first territory-wide elderly care support project which integrates health management technology, community care and professional support.
The three-year project is sponsored by the Community Investment and Inclusion Fund (CIIF) with the objective of developing the community’s social capital and supporting the new community forcefully.
It is expected that the programme will let a total of 648 elderly persons proceed with exercise and cognitive training through virtual reality VR in the 6 daytime centres for the elderly during the period from October 2020 to September 2022.