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Amity Mutual-Support Society
Tin Shui Wai Neighbourbood Networking Project
Covered home visits, a range of group activities for the mentally-ill patients, and community education programmes to promote a positive attitude towards mental illnesses and improve early detection and treatment.
Enjoy Life with Art – Workshop for Elderly Patients in Hospital
Organised arts workshops for elderly patients at public hospitals to enhance their self-esteem, creativity and interpersonal skills.
Art Programmes in Public Hospitals
Helped Art-In-Hospital to improve the hospital environment and provide the public with a chance to appreciate visual art outside museums.
Association for Engineering and Medical Volunteer Services
Electronic Communication for the Disabled
Provided opportunities for disabled people to use computers for communication and to help them look for a job.
Technical Aids Service to the Disabled
Created technical aids to help disabled people to live independently and improve their quality of life.
Beijing An Ding Hospital
Family Support for Schizophrenics
Promoted family support as the basis of treatment and rehabilitation for people with schizophrenia.
Centre for Community Care
Preventive Education and Community Rehabilitation for Pneumoconiosis Patients in Rural China
A community-based rehabilitation project to help pneumoconiosis patients in the rural areas to establish support networks and promote occupational health and safety education among coal miners in Hunan Province.
Community-based Rehabilitation for Victims of Silicosis, in Hunan and Chongqing, China
Funded the creation and development of a community-based rehabilitation model. The centre organised health and safety education programmes for miners, formed mutual support groups and provided in-hospital caring services in collaboration with local universities.
Changsha Social Work College Research Institute
Integrated Services for Mentally Ill Patients’ Families
Hunan province has a high rate of mentally ill patients in China while most of the ex-mentally ill patients are living in the community. These families face many problems, including insufficient caring skills, financial burden and stigmatisation. This project provides support services to improve their resilience as well as promoting social inclusion for mentally ill patients.
Ebenezer New Hope School
ExIT in the Dark
Developed an innovative fitness training system to improve physical ability and psychological wellbeing of visually impaired students with multiple disabilities.
Enlighten Hong Kong — Action for Epilepsy
Support Programmes for Epilepsy
Enlighten offers support services to anyone directly or indirectly affected by epilepsy, including employment counselling, legal advice and a hotline. Keswick Foundation funding helped Enlighten to continue the service.
Fu Hong Society
Development Centre for Persons with Autism
Helped to support various services and training programmes for adolescents and adults with autism to improve their quality of life and support their families.
Temporary Residential Care Service
Helped to support temporary residential care for the mentally handicapped offering training at all levels, including graduates from special schools.
Heep Hong Society
Development of a New Training Package for Autistic Children
Validated and modified the training package TEACCH for autistic children in Hong Kong and South-east Asia.
Supporting Services for Autistic Children
Sponsored the programme expenses and staff salaries of the support services.
Special Project for Children Suffering from Autistic Disability
Funded the development of a training package TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication handicapped Children) for autistic children.
Parents Resource Centre
Helped to fund the centre for parents and families of handicapped children.
Hong Chi Association
Personal Guidance and Development Scheme for Mentally Handicapped Adults
Funded the staff salaries, administration and programme expenses.
Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association
Community Education and Programme Development Project
Helped the Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association to change the attitude of parents and the community towards Down Syndrome through training programmes and support services.
Establishment of a Parent Support Network for families with a Down Syndrome Child
Provided information and support to help parents affirm their role in the child’s development.
Hong Kong Joint Council of Parents of the Mentally Handicapped
Trailwalker Community Education Centre
This was the first education centre operated by a parent self help group. The centre provides services for parents of the mentally handicapped and promotes public education and awareness.
Mental Handicap Network China
Employment of Director
Funded the Director to provide training for professionals and parents who look after mentally handicapped children at the Guangdong Maternity and Children's Hospital.
Mental Health Association of Hong Kong
Provision of After Care Services for patients discharged from Psychiatric Halfway Houses
Public hospitals were over stretched and mentally-ill people were not getting adequate basic care and attention. This project helped to fill the gap.
Adopting a new hybrid model, combining face-to-face assessment and tele-rehabilitation sessions, to address speech problems of Parkinson’s patients and support their family carers.
Peking University & Shaanxi Qin Huai Social Work Service Centre
A Family-based Community Rehabilitation Service Model for Disabled People in Rural China
In rural China, the disabled are living in poverty, lack proper rehabilitation services and have an inadequate social support network. This project aims to develop a family-based community rehabilitation service model to enhance community inclusion and establish a mutual support network.
PMA Music Foundation
Music Angel Programme: Rhythmers in the Making
Enabling students with autism and special educational needs to develop social skills and new hobbies through music activities; training music teachers to provide a supportive learning environment for such students.
Richmond Fellowship of Hong Kong
Mental Health Review Advisory Services
Supported the agency to provide mental health review advisory services to mentally-ill patients and their relatives.
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences
Integrate Hospital-Community Rehabilitation In Mainland China: Model Building and Clinical Education
This project promoted a seamless transition of rehabilitation service from hospital to community in order to help disabled people live independently as well as improving the rehabilitation education in China.
Society for AIDS Care
Home Care Nurse
Supported the Society to establish a Home Care Nursing Team for AIDS patients.
Integrated Community Services for Mental Health Patients
Set up a social support network for patients and their families to strengthen their abilities and developed a community mental health service model.
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