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Smart Club is a self-financing day activity centre for elders with mild cognitive impairments and early stage of dementia. The centre adopts psycho-social and person-centered care approaches, providing one-stop support services and congitive simulation activities in order to maintain their community living and cognitive functionings.We also focus to provide
The social enterprise employs the use of technology to provide automated and sustained healthcare monitoring for the elderly. This is achieved through the use of smart phones applications to record the elderly real time vital signs such as blood pressure, blood sugar, blood oxygen, heart rate, body temperature and weight. The recorded information will then b
Intelligent assisted products for the sick and elderly: wireless intelligent drug management system; SOS light sensing system; Anti-fall paging device; Sesame - smart locks; Anti-infectious non-contacy automatic door locks; rehabilitation of people with dementia using three-dimensional interactive training and somatosensory game.
The Baptist Holistic Home Care Service (BHHCS), the first corporate social enterprise project jointly launched by Hong Kong Baptist Hospital and Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service (BOKSS), aims to provide a 'one-stop-shop' to individuals who are in need of professional home care after hospitalization. With the comprehensive services provided, BHHCS offer
Mei Mao Keen Ying Home for Senior Citizens provides senior citizens with "one-stop" ongoing medical and health care. Through comprehensive care services and five star "home" environmental design, seniors citizens are able to enjoy their later lives with independence in a comfortable, cozy and supreme environment.
Mr. and Mrs. Lam Chik Ho Health Care Centre enhances the life quality of senior citizens, and their active participation in everyday living. It provides individual attention, comprehensive care, rehabilitation exercises, mental health education, counseling and recreational activities. It promotes good communication and friendship ties between senior citizens
The Women’s Healthy Living Workers Co-operative Society, Limited was formally registered on May 2007 and its administrative and co-operative affairs are now handled by the members themselves, the HKFWC continues to provide advice and assistance from the sidelines. The Women’s Healthy Living Workers Co-operative Society experienced healthy develop