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One Of Our Instructors Has Tested Positive For COVID-19

HKLSS’ Sun Chui Lutheran Children Centre, located at Sun Kit House of Sun Chui E...

HKLSS’ Sun Chui Lutheran Children Centre, located at Sun Kit House of Sun Chui Estate in Sha Tin, is closing today to perform clean and disinfect measures due to one contract instructor has tested positive for COVID-19 today (Nov 24, 2020). We are temporarily suspending all of the centre’s activities and the enquiry hotline service until Dec 6, 2020 (Sun). Should you have any enquiries, please email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. instead.

We are currently in close contact with the Centre for Health Protection, and will inform the public as soon as possible if there’s any update. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.

HSBC Life – Fulfilling Eldercare Promise

 HSBC Life today announced the launch of a community support programme – “HSBC L...

 HSBC Life today announced the launch of a community support programme – “HSBC Life – Fulfilling Eldercare Promise” (the ‘Programme’) in collaboration with the Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service (‘HKLSS’), benefiting 800 households with elderly suffering from dementia or mild cognitive impairment and 1,200 caregivers amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

 Edward Moncreiffe, HK Chief Executive Officer, HSBC Life, said,

“Hongkongers have been staying at home in observance of the prevailing social distancing regulations and most of us are experiencing disruption to our daily routines. This is especially true for our elderly citizens suffering from dementia, and their caregivers, who have been unable to maintain their much needed social interaction for quite some time. We remain deeply concerned about their health risks, physically and psychologically. Sharing the same vision and passion to do better in the field of eldercare, HSBC Life is pleased to join hands with HKLSS again to bring timely and practical solutions to a group of people who are often forgotten by the community at large.”


This latest Programme is a continuation of the HSBC Life Eldercare Programme introduced last year with the objective to raise awareness around dementia, encourage people to take preventive measures, support caregivers as well as mobilise public-private partnership to help relieve the current and future burden of eldercare. In view of the burgeoning issue of ageing, in May 2019, HSBC became the first bank in Hong Kong to launch a new dementia-friendly bank account.


Under the Programme, in addition to a Necessity Bag containing essential food items, basic toiletries and epidemic prevention materials, each eligible household will receive a Care Treasure Pack that gives access to online cognitive training modules designed to encourage interaction between the elderly with dementia and their caregivers with a view to promoting their physical and mental well-being. Activities such as cognitive training are common treatment modalities for people with dementia by helping delay their physical and cognitive decline. The interaction involved also helps improve their relationship with caregivers, relieve caring stress and ultimately enhance the quality of life for all. HKLSS has therefore developed five tailored online training modules covering a diverse range of topics from cognitive training toy, home exercise, horticulture therapy, DIY healthy snacks to hand-made epidemic prevention materials.


Dr Annissa Lui, Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service, said

HKLSS received a great deal of concerns from elderly dementia clients and their caregivers that they are facing shortages of daily necessities due to the pandemic. On the other hand, because of the social distancing regulations, elderly dementia clients are not able to come to our centres to practise cognitive exercises as they usually did. As HKLSS and HSBC Life share the same aspiration on improving eldercare, we are collaborating once again for the second consecutive year to provide support to elderly dementia clients and their caregivers. I am grateful for the benevolence of HSBC Life to help us address their needs. I sincerely hope the Programme will serve as a heartening support for them during the pandemic”


HKLSS will facilitate door-to-door delivery of both the Necessity Bag and the Care Treasure Pack for eligible clients and their caregivers, and provide follow up calls constantly to ensure their physical and mental wellness.


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指導員認證頒授典禮 暨 跨代玩具計劃研究發佈

新聞稿 2019年12月9日   指導員認證頒授典禮暨 跨代玩具計劃研究發佈    指導員認證頒授典禮暨跨代玩具計劃研究發佈會大合照   香...









香港路德會社會服務處首創有趣、自助、持續的服務模式 -「腦玩童俱樂部 – 預防長者腦退化玩具圖書館」,身為國際玩具圖書館協會成員,我們一直致力推動本港玩具圖書館的發展,包括培訓認證指導員、推動全齡遊戲及跨代共融。



香港路德會社會服務處主辦的「指導員認證頒授典禮 暨 跨代玩具計劃研究發佈」於今日舉行,共有21位指導員獲頒發初階認證指導員證書,當中10位來自長者鄰舍中心會員及11位本We-Cycle」計劃的青年;此外,52位認證指導員經過持續培訓及考核,成功通過檢訂,延續指導員認證。「腦玩童俱樂部」的成功全賴一群指導員的默默耕耘,我們透過是次頒授典禮再一次肯定及表揚各指導員無私的貢獻。


此外,本處與香港專業進修學校香港理工大學於今年3月至9月進行跨代研究, 39位青年人與29位長者以「銀青玩具倶樂部」形式相處,藉以證實跨代介入模式能有效提升長者的幸福感、成就感和認同感,以及促進人際關係,建立連繫感,此研究證明能有效改變年輕人對香港長者的刻板印象研究同時證實玩具是增強人際交往的有效工具,並適用於跨代介入模式。





















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2019年度全港賣旗日 — 活動圓滿結束

新聞稿 2019年11月2日    2019年度全港賣旗日 — 活動圓滿結束   香港路德會社會服務處舉行之全港賣旗日籌款活動,於2019年11月2日...




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