Rehabaid Society

Rehabaid Society, a registered charitable organisation, has been serving the community for over 35 years. Service scope includes rehabilitation, health and wellness, architecture and accessibility and providing comprehensive community rehabilitation services for the frail elderly and people with special needs. Our team includes an architect, an occupational therapist, a physiotherapist, and other professionals. The programme's primary targets are stroke victims currently living at home, or preparing to be discharged home. Our therapist and architect will customise a home-based self-help rehabilitation programme so the participants and their families can take an active role in overcoming the challenges they face in daily life.

No. of beneficiaries: 200 stroke clients



Rehabaid Society was founded 34 years ago and their mission is to improve the quality of life for those with special needs. This year their project will focus on improving the standard of living for stroke patients. Cecilia Lam, the CEO of Rehabaid Society spoke to Radio 3’s Noreen Mir about the real challenges stroke victims face.


The Outward Bound Trust of Hong Kong

Outward Bound aims to change lives through challenge and discovery. A bold ambition, our mission is to create a world with resilient and compassionate citizens. This project provides valuable developmental opportunities for youngsters with physical disabilities. It consists of a 5-day wilderness sea kayak journey and pre-journey workshops covering a low ropes and a separate high ropes confidence course activity.

No. of beneficiaries: 72 people with physical challenges



This year they are organizing adaptive journeys especially for disabled persons. Radio 3's Queenie Man spoke to Executive Director Nick Cotton and Community Project Officer Tommy Yuen from the Outward Bound Hong Kong.