Day Activity Centre
Monday to Friday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sunday & Public Holidays – closed
To provide day care and training in daily living skills, simple work skills and home living for people with severe/moderate intellectual disabilities so that they can become more independent in daily lives, develop their potential, participate in volunteer work, integrate into the community and have a whole-person development.
People aged 15 or above with severe grade intellectual disability
Scopes of Service
Conduct initial and periodical assessment to evaluate the level of disability of service users and set out individual plan and training course.
Conduct initial or group training in relation to muscle ability, self-care ability, communication skills, social and interpersonal skills, communal living skills, household skills, simple work skills, and leisure and recreational activities.
Social and recreational activities are organised. External organisations are invited to visit the centre and service users can participate in community activities and make use of community facilities. Different organisations are liaised to jointly organise community education and volunteer work.
Provide nursing care (administration and supervision of medication, wound management, measure of blood pressure and body temperature, etc.), care of daily living, lunch arrangement and so on; if necessary, referrals can be made to have occupational therapy and clinical psychology services, etc.
Training room, audio and visual equipment and so on
Free of charge (without lunch).
Fees may be charged depending on individual activities.
Referred by the social workers to the Central Referral System for Rehabilitation Services of the Social Welfare Department.
Apply to the centre directly.