Rehabaid Society
復康資源協會

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

復康資源協會是註冊慈善組織,紮根社區三十多年,為殘疾人士提供復康治療及住屋建構顧問服務,他們的團隊包括有建築師、職業及物理治療師等。服務旨在協助將會離院及已回家居住的中風復康者和照顧者,一同建立居家自助的復康模式。他們的專業團隊會針對復康者的個別需要,提供專業意見,協助其面對復康路上不同階段的挑戰和生活需要。

受惠人數:200位中風復康者

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.

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The Outward Bound Trust of Hong Kong
香港外展信託基金

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

香港外展信託基金致力透過種種挑戰讓參加者發掘潛能。「海鳥旅程」將會為16至30歲肢體傷殘人士提供外展訓練,是次先導計劃旨在透過一系列循序漸進,度身訂造的獨木舟課程,幫助傷殘人士增強適應能力和面對困難的勇氣,提升他們面對未來挑戰的自信。

受惠人數:72位肢體傷殘人士

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.

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