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Programme Sponsored by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

Working with Government, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and community partners, the Trust is committed to improving the quality of life of the people of Hong Kong, and providing immediate relief to those most in need. As a philanthropic organisation in its own right, the Trust also proactively identifies and initiates projects that anticipate future community and social needs.

The Trust serves different social needs in its contributions and placed special emphasis on elderly services, which focused on building an age-friendly Hong Kong.

Name of Programme Brain Health Mobile Services
Date / Duration 9/2016-9/2019
Venue Mobile center parking at different locations across 18 districts in Hong Kong
Objectives 1.To raise the public awareness of dementia by public education and launching various kinds of programs
2.To enhance the care and support to the people with dementia and their family members
3.To facilitate the co-operation with different parties including NGOs, universities, government and other related organisations
Contents Public education, early identification screening, individual training, memory training group, home visit, mutual support group for caregivers and media promotion.
Target Participants People with dementia, the caregiver of the people with dementia and local residents in Hong Kong
Fee Free
Responsible Staff Gary Sham
Telephone No. 6693 0100
Organiser Sponsored by The Hong Kong Jockey Club, Supported by The Charles K. Kao Foundation and Operated by St. James' Settlement

(Chinese Version Only)
Name of Programme Jockey Club Intergenerational Art Programme for Dementia
Date / Duration 1/10/2016-30/9/2019
Monday to Wednesday, Friday and Saturday: 9:30am-6:00pm
Thursday: 9:30am-9:30pm
(Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays)
Venue Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Jockey Club Intergenerational Art Centre, Room 12A, Kings Wing Plaza 1, 3 On Kwan Street, Shek Mun, Shatin, N.T.
Objectives 1.To improve the quality of life of Elderly Persons with dementia and their carers;
2.To enhance intergenerational inclusion through art activities;
3.To arouse public concern and awareness on dementia
Contents 1.Art groups and workshops
3.Volunteer trainings and services
4.Community promotion on art intervention5.Staff Trainings
Target Participants 1.Elderly Persons with dementia
Fee Varied fee for different programmes. Fee waiving for those with financial difficulties.
Responsible Staff Mr. CHAN Kwok Fai, Felix
Telephone No. 3596 7808
Organiser Tung Wah Group of Hospitals
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Name of Programme (Jockey Club) The Cognitive & Physical Fitness Centre (To Be Confirmed)
Date / Duration Opened in 11/2018 (To Be Confirmed)
Venue 1-3/F, Shun Sing Mansion, No 466 Des Voeux Road West, Hong Kong
Objectives 1.To provide a Multi-Disciplinary ONE STOP services for the older people with dementia and their caregivers
2.To promote primary health prevention of the illness related to dementia/cognitive impairment/brain health
Contents 1.Day Care and Home Support Services for people with dementia
2.Early identification of the dementia/cognitive impaired
3.Cognitive training, physical training, nutrition and psychosocial for the people who are high risk of dementia
Target Participants People with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), People with Mild and Moderate dementia, People with physical frailty and their caregivers
Fee Day care fee $360 or above per day (subject to service Contents)
Responsible Staff Ford Choi
Telephone No. 2816 9009
Organiser Sponsored of renovation and partly programs by The Hong Kong Jockey Club, and Operated by St. James' Settlement

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Name of Programme Jockey Club Discharge Support and Rehabilitation Programme
Date / Duration ●Until 30/6/2020
●Limited vacancies, first-come-first-served
Venue Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing, 27 A Kung Kok Street, Shatin, New Territories
Objectives To facilitate rehabilitation of people with dementia (PWD) discharged from hospital for ageing in place;
To help families to provide good dementia care to the care recipients to prevent recurrent hospitalisation or premature institutionalisation due to improper care
Contents A 12-week transitional care programme inclusive of:
●Up to 4 weeks of respite service with cognitive activities and personal care,
●Up to 8 weeks of day care centre service with cognitive activities,
●Up to 2 therapeutic treatments each week,
●Home assessment with suggestions for a safe and dementia friendly environment by occupational therapist
●Multidisciplinary support by a team of nurse, physiotherapist, occupational therapist, and social worker,
●Case management provided by nurse or social worker, and
●Support to the families of care recipients and a long time care plan on departure from the programme.
Target Participants ●PWD due to be discharged from acute hospitalisation in Hong Kong,
●Those planning to resume ageing in place with their family caregivers or domestic helpers on departure from the programme, and
●Those able to adapt to the social environment setting of the programme.
Fee ●Pre-payment of HKD18,500 being 50% of the standard fee for 4 weeks of respite and 8 weeks of day care centre service; the remaining 50% sponsored by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust;
●If use of the respite service is less than expected, or the care recipient needs to depart from the programme earlier, the pre-payment will be refunded on a pro-rata basis.
Responsible Staff Ms Mak or Ms Wong
Telephone No. 2636 6323
Organiser Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing

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