Community Rehabilitation Day Centre (with Day Care Service for Persons with Severe Disabilities and Day Respite Service)
Monday to Friday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sunday & Public Holidays – closed
Community Rehabilitation Day Centre: to provide one-stop treatment, training and services for patients newly discharged from hospitals through a coordinated professional team. This service aims at enhancing the patients’ physical functioning and self-care abilities, slowing degradation and becoming less dependent, strengthening domestic living and community living skills, helping them restructure a healthy lifestyle and productive life roles so as to facilitate their integration into the community. Training is also provided to their family members or carers to strengthen their caring capability and relieve their pressure for an improved quality of life.
Day Care Service for Persons with Severe Disabilities: to provide day care for people with severe disabilities; to promote care in the community by strengthening the caring capability of families or carers through provision of day care service to enhance opportunities of people with severe disabilities to continue living in the community.
Day Respite Service: to provide day respite service for people with severe disabilities so as to allow carers to take care of personal matters or emergence. This also helps temporarily relieve their caring duties and alleviate their stress.
Community Rehabilitation Day Centre: people aged 15 or above, living in Tuen Mun, Yuen Long and Tin Shui Wai districts suffering from stroke, neurological or physical impairments, or other physical illnesses affecting their functional performance and in need of continuous rehabilitation training, and their family members or carers
Day Care Service for Persons with Severe Disabilities: people aged 15 to 59 with severe mental or physical disabilities
Day Respite Service: people aged 15 or above with severe disabilities living in the community
Scopes of Service
Community Rehabilitation Day Centre:
Rehabilitation and Outreach Services: provide centre-based individual or group rehabilitation training programmes within a defined timeframe (including physiotherapy and occupational therapy);
Outreaching Service: provide home modification and professional support on the purchase of rehabilitation equipment;
Support Service: provide support to service users in the areas of employment, rehabilitation bus, purchase of rehabilitation equipment, repair and maintenance of wheelchair, information on rehabilitation resources; public health education programmes, consultation services, volunteer training and mutual support groups are also organised;
Support to Carers: training, courses and workshop are provided to carers so as to enhance their caring capability.
Day Care Service for Persons with Severe Disabilities: provide day care including meal, nursing care, intensive personal care including assistance in daily living and rehabilitation training, etc. to maintain their basic daily living skills; regular activities to meet service users’ social and recreational needs with an aim to enable them to maintain contact with the community.
Day Respite Service: provide temporary care support service during the daytime.
Physiotherapy and occupational therapy treatment rooms, care corner, multi-purpose activity areas, home living area, and meeting room, etc.
Rehabilitation Training Service: HK$101 per session (service users not under the Comprehensive Social Security Assistance Scheme) or HK$61 per session (recipients of the Comprehensive Social Security Assistance Scheme)
Day Care Service for Persons with Severe Disabilities: HK$61 per day (with lunch) or HK$1002 per month (with lunch)
Day Respite Service: HK$61 per day (without lunch) for recipients of the Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (CSSA) Scheme or HK$101 (without lunch) for service users not under the CSSA
Fees may be charged depending on individual activities.
Rehabilitation Training Service: Rehabilitation Training Service: must be referred by doctors, Occupational Therapists or Physiotherapists of Hospital Authority.
Day Care Service for Persons with Severe Disabilities: must be referred by social workers or medical officers.
Day Respite Service: apply directly to the centre.
Apply to the centre directly.