As the community cares about the quality of living of the disabled, the Association tailors community rehabilitation services for the disabled accordingly. Through supporting their families, we strive to enhance the living skills of the disabled and integrate them into the society to enrich their lifestyle. We also encourage their carers to actively participate in training to acquire the skills for supporting home rehabilitation for their disabled family members.
Transitional residential service and day training are also offered to service users who became tetraplegic due to accidents or neuro-muscular disorders, in order to help them adjust and adapt to living in the community.
The Association pioneered the Home-based Rehabilitation service in 1980, and later set up the Continuous Rehabilitation Centre in 2006 and the Community Rehabilitation Day Centres in 2008. SAHW was the first in Southeast Asia to introduce a facility for delivering transitional residential service and day training for tetraplegic service users.
Continuing Rehabilitation Centre
The Continuing Rehabilitation Centre was launched on 6 January 2006 to provide high-quality cross-disciplinary services for people with neurological impairment who have returned to live in the community.
New Territories East Home Support Service
We provide a package of home-based support services, including personal care, nursing care and rehabilitation training, for persons with severe disabilities.
Jockey Club New Page Inn
The Jockey Club New Page Inn is the first transitional-stage nursing and supporting centre in Hong Kong to service people with tetraplegia. The Centre provides services for people who have become tetraplegic due to spinal cord injuries, neuro-muscular diseases or severe cerebral palsy.
Jockey Club Rehabilitation Seating Service Centre
The SAHK Jockey Club Rehabilitation Seating Service Centre provides high-quality specialised adaptive- seating services for the needy.
New Territories East Community Rehabilitation Day Centre
NT East Community Rehabilitation Day Center (CRDC) provides time-defined professional rehabilitation service to discharged patients with disabilities in physical and/or cognitive functions with neurological, orthopedic conditions as well as chronic pain management
Jockey Club C · Care Programme – SAHK Carers Support Service
Jockey Club C · Care Programme – SAHK Carers Support Service is funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. It aims to provide full support to the carers/family members of the persons with disabilities (including the persons with disabilities*) in reducing their stress level and caring burden.
New Territories West Integrated Community Rehabilitation Centre
The Centre aims to provide a continuum of coherent and interconnected services for persons with disabilities having intensive care needs and living at home and to provide support to their carers.