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88 Kwun Tong Workshop

Service Mission

  • To provide day-time extended care service for trainees who are old and less skilled at work.
  • To take care of service users' personal health in an all-round and intensive way.
  • To provide community health development activities, enhance the social skills of the elder disabled, cultivate their personal interests and teach them to make good use of spare time, thus preparing them for later life.

Service Description

  • Provide day-time medical care
  • Hold self-care and health education activities
  • Hold interest classes, personal development groups
  • Hold community integration activities

Eligibility for the Service

  • Service users aged 40 or above
  • Service users aged 40-59 must accept vocational assessment of occupational therapist / physiotherapist; while service users aged 60 or above are exempted.



Service Hours

Monday to Friday: 9:00 – 17:00
Saturday: 9:00 – 13:00
* The above hours may be varied based on the nature and requirements of the service.

Application Procedure

All referrals can be made by social workers to the workshop.

Withdrawal from the Service

The programme may terminate service if the service users are ineligible for application; the service users may also propose self-withdrawal from the service provided that they notify the organization in advance and complete relevant formalities.

Enquiries and Complaints

For any inquiry or complaint about the service, please call the Officer-in-charge at 2772 3046 or Assistant Principal Social Services Secretary (Rehabilitation) at 2277 8888. All complaints are kept confidential

Other Forms of Service

Health Care

  • Medical staff and professionals are responsible for health examination each day
  • Refer proper paramedical services for individuals in need
  • Promote health education regularly

Personal Development

  • Arrange diversified interest classes and activities, cultivate personal interests and help service users spend their leisure time in a meaningful way
  • Promote developmental groups/educational groups to prepare service users for the life after retirement

Social and Recreational Development

  • Hold various interest classes to cultivate personal interests and enrich life
  • Hold various social, recreational and festival celebration activities to let service users enjoy colourful life after retirement
  • Help service users better understand and enhance their sense of belonging to community
  • Promote service users to participate in community service and integrate into community
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