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Po Leung Kuk Yue Yiu Sun Memorial Workshop

About the Workshop

Po Leung Kuk Yue Yiu Sun Memorial Workshop , founded in February 1994, is located at G/F, King Yu House, King Lam Estate, Tseung Kwan O. In its early stage, the Workshop mainly provided simple work trainings like packaging and assembling to the persons with disability.
However, to meet the change in society and economy, the Workshop began to encourage our service users to participate in outreaching work, such as office cleaning and leaflet distribution, which all aimed at providing more opportunities to connect with the communities and experiencing the actual requirements in workplace, so as to prepare them for supported employment or normal employment in future.
Now, the Workshop provides our service users with more work training opportunities through its more diversified businesses like recycling, sales services, bouquets express and handicraft manufacture, in order to help them live independently and fit into the society.

Service Objective

  • To provide more opportunity through relevant work trainings according to service users’ abilities and the Workshop’s business development.
  • To develop service users’ individual interests and work skills and build up their self-confidence through various trainings and leisure activities.
  • To provide support abnd personal development through comprehensive care service by specialized treatment service team, including occupational therapy and clinical psychological services.

Service Capacity


Eligibility for the Service

  • Persons with disability who aged 15 or above and no active infectious diseases
  • Persons who have basic self-care skills, stable emotion state and no severe self-injurious or aggressive behaviours
  • Persons who able to manage the transport on the own.
  • Persons who able to pass the assessment on work ability.

Service Hours

From Monday to Friday 9:00-16:45
Saturday 9:00-13:00
* The above hours may be varied based on the nature and requirements of the services.

Application Procedure

All referrals can be made by social workers to the Central Referral System for Rehabilitation Services (CRSRehab) of the Social Welfare Department


For any enquiry or opinion about the service, please call the Officer-in-charge at 2706 2998 or Assistant Principal Social Services Secretary (Rehabilitation) at 2277 8888.


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