Carers for the elderly, including family members, relatives, volunteers and neighbours are the target beneficiaries of the Service. Through talks, programmes and provision of resource materials, it promotes the well-being of the carers and raises public awareness on the needs of the carers.
The Camp, organized annually, provides an opportunity for dementia patients and their families to strengthen their relationship. Professional therapists and psychologists are also invited to the camp to oberserve and give feedbacks to the families about their behaviour.
This club provides games and outdoor activities to dementia patients so that they can build a social network. Also, it is a platform for carers and families of the patients to support each other and release stress.
The Coalition is a voluntary association initiated in 2007 by carers and families of dementia patients. It is a platform for the carers of dementia patients to interact with and support one another. It also promotes community education to raise public awareness on dementia patients. Advocacy and lobbying activities to the government on improving policies for dementia patients are also conducted.
Dementia patient carers and family members are eligible to particpate in this meeting. A gathering over tea is held in a comfortable environment and relaxing atmosphere. Experienced carers share experience and provide support to fresh carers, and friendship and informal support network gradually develop among them.
Carer Support Service aims at facilitating and supporting carers to take care of elders in the community. Target beneficiatirs of this Service are informal carers, such as family members, relatives and friends who take care of elders in the community. Scope of the service includes skill-training and educational programmes, self-help and mutual support groups, simple counselling and referral services, sharing information and reference materials related to elder care, and social and recreational activities.
Carers for the elderly, including family members, relatives, volunteers and neighbours are the target beneficiaries of this service. Through talks, programmes and provision of resource materials, it promotes the well-being of the carers and raises public awareness on the needs of the carers.