Tuen Mun District Integrated Services Centre
for the Elderly
Address：Unit 4, Level 3, Community Recreation Building, Shan King Estate, Tuen Mun, New Territories
District Elderly Community Centre (with Support Teams for the Elderly and Day Care Service for the Elderly)
Monday to Saturday: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sunday & Public Holidays – closed
1. Integrated Services and Tuen Mun
2. Support Teams for the Elderly: Shan King Estate, Tai Hing Gardens, Greenland Garden, Hong Tak Gardens, Chelsea Heights, Glorious Garden, Sun Tuen Mun Centre, Lung Mun Oasis, Lung Yat Estate, Tsing Shan Tsuen, Tuen Mun Kau Hui, Yeung Siu Hang, Bauhinia Garden, Botania Villa, Chung Uk Tsuen, Fu Tei, Lam Tei, Nai Wai, Shun Fung Wai, Fuk Hang Tsuen, The Sherwood, Tuen Tsz Wai, Wo Ping San Tsuen, Yick Yuen Tsuen, Tsing Chuen Wai, Chung Uk Tsuen, To Yuen Wai, Brilliant Garden, Elegance Garden, Broadview Garden, Kingston Terrace, Noble Place, Tai Hing Estate, Leung King Estate, Tin King Estate, Siu Lung Court, Kin Sang Estate, Po Tin Estate, San Wai Court, Siu Hong Court, Affluence Garden, Blossom Garden, Goodrich Garden, Siu Hang Tsuen, San Hing Tsuen, Tsz Tin Tsuen, Po Tong Ha Tsuen, Po Tong Garden, Ming Wong Garden, Po Wah Garden, Kei Lun Wai, Parkland Villas, Fu Tai Estate, Siu Kwai Court, Siu Pong Court and Venice Gardens.
3. Counselling Service, Application for Long-term Caring Service and Hidden Elders Service: Shan King Estate, Tai Hing Gardens, Greenland Garden, Hong Tak Gardens, Chelsea Heights, Glorious Garden, Sun Tuen Mun Centre, Lung Mun Oasis, Lung Yat Estate, Tsing Shan Tsuen, Tuen Mun Kau Hui, Yeung Siu Hang, Bauhinia Garden, Botania Villa, Chung Uk Tsuen, Fu Tei, Lam Tei, Nai Wai, Shun Fung Wai, Fuk Hang Tsuen, The Sherwood, Tuen Tsz Wai, Wo Ping San Tsuen, Yick Yuen Tsuen, Tsing Chuen Wai, Chung Uk Tsuen, To Yuen Wai, Brilliant Garden, Elegance Garden, Broadview Garden, Kingston Terrace, Noble Place.
District Elderly Community Centre: to provide a full range of support services to the elderly living in the community with a healthy, respectful and dignified life; to strengthen the positive role of elders and make them have an enjoyable life in their golden age; to gather public power so as to build a caring community for the elderly.
Support Team for the Elderly: to provide care services for the elderly to extend their social network with outreaching service and promote the elderly volunteer project.
TV corner, reminiscence corner, sitting area, computer room, dining room, laundry, bathroom with hot and cold water, resources corner, newspapers and magazine, rental of recreational equipment and free WiFi service
Membership fee for the centre: HK$21/year.
Community University for the Elderly: HK$10/year (people aged 60 or above) or HK$20/year (people aged 55-59).
There may be charges for individual services or activities depending on their nature.
District Elderly Community Centre
Visit or make a phone call to the centre; referred by government departments, Social Welfare Department, hospitals, welfare organisations, community groups or individuals.
District Elderly Community Centre: elders aged 60 or above in the community; Carers who need to take care of the elderly;Community University for the Elderly: people aged 55 or above.
Support Team for the Elderly: elders aged 60 with a need to be taken care of, for example, singleton, weak social network, poor health condition, living in a poor environment or being isolated from the society for a long period; in addition, people or organisations who are willing to be volunteers and serve the elders.
Scopes of Service
District Elderly Community Centre
Drop-in Service: equipped with TV corner and recreation room for taking rest, chatting, watching TV, reading newspapers and magazine, browsing the Internet and using various recreational equipment.
Preventive and Developmental Service: to satisfy the educational and developmental needs of the elderly, various groups, activities and projects (Active Ageing, Lifelong Learning, Cognitive Training, Ability Enhancement) are arranged; recruitment of volunteers and development and services. To satisfy the social and recreational needs of the elderly, various groups, activities and projects are arranged; there are also educational activities held in the community to raise the awareness and acceptance of the elderly among the general public.
Supportive Service: organise mutual help groups, activities and projects, provide meal service for elders to have breakfast, lunch and dinner, laundry and bathroom service to meet the basic care needs of the elders; assist elders in writing letters, haircut, health check and home visits; provide training for carers support and supportive groups; help lend or purchase rehabilitation equipment and provide various types of information; support and provide training to other neighbourhood elderly centres and elderly service units.
Remedial Service: provide counselling, referral and therapeutic groups for elders and carers; casework for hidden elders or elders who need to be taken care of.
Support Team for the Elderly: identify vulnerable elderly people by an outreaching approach; assess service needs vulnerable elders and arrange services for them; recruit, assess and train volunteers of all ages, including individuals and volunteer organisation, and to maintain an updated list of volunteers and volunteer organisations; to involve people in the community and volunteers to establish link with vulnerable elderly people; to provide support services for vulnerable elderly people including regular contacts, emotional support, introduction of community resources, simple personal assistance such as escort to clinics, handling of simple household chores and referral for formal services.
Visit, make a phone call or write to staff at the centre.