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The Club has all along been adopting a proactive approach to initiate and lend support to projects that address short- to long-term challenges arising from the ageing population trend. Apart from establishing the first-ever integrated dementia care centre in Hong Kong and in Southeast Asia – the Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing, the Club's Charities Trust has been an advocate of positive ageing through various initiatives. These include the launch of CADENZA: A Jockey Club Initiative for Seniors, which aims at pioneering new approaches in elderly care and enhancing the quality of life of the elderly. Over the years, the Trust has also supported various projects in elderly employment, community support, promotion of health, and intergenerational harmony.

With the aim to improve care for the elderly and build Hong Kong into an age-friendly city, the Trust funded the establishment of the CUHK Jockey Club Institute of Ageing in 2014 to actively pursue community research projects, public education and knowledge transfer programmes to promote active ageing in Hong Kong. In addition, the Trust recently collaborated with four gerontology research institutes to launch the Jockey Club Age-friendly City project. The project will assess the current situation in the community, and cooperate with various community partners to promote intergenerational harmony and build an age-friendly Hong Kong.

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Jockey Club gives first Tung Wah elderly home new lease of life

Built in 1971, the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals (TWGHs) David Trench Home was the first elderly home established by this long-established charitable organisation. After 40 years of heavy use, the 149-place home was in need of an upgrade.

E-health project promotes self-management of the elderly Club-initiated e-health project to help promote self-management of the elderly

Over 1.38 million people in Hong Kong suffer from chronic diseases, according ...

Club-funded survey reveals that community is acceptable place for end-of-life care

The Hong Kong Jockey Club has been proactively responding to the challenges arising from the city’s ageing population trend, and “Building an age-friendly Hong Kong” is one of three strategic focus areas for the Club’s community contributions. For older patients facing terminal illnesses...

Club-commissioned AgeWatch Index ranks Hong Kong 19th

How does life for elderly people in Hong Kong compare with that of their counterparts elsewhere in the world? ...

Club-funded pilot research on age-friendliness identifies ways forward for districts to enhance elderly’s quality of life

Building an age-friendly Hong Kong is one of the strategic focus areas of the Club’s Charities Trust.

Jockey Club reaches out to community to raise public awareness of elderly medication safety

With Hong Kong facing a rapidly ageing population, the number of elderly people suffering from chronic illnesses requiring regular medication has been steadily increasing in recent years, leading to growing concern over medication safety.

Jockey Club helps enhance quality of end-of-life care in the community

With Hong Kong facing a rapidly ageing population, the number of elderly people suffering from chronic and terminal illnesses has been steadily increasing in recent years, leading to growing concern over the provision and choice of end-of-life care (EoLC) in the community...

Jockey Club helps enhance living quality of Alzheimer’s patients through art appreciation pilot programme

According to a study conducted by the Museum of Modern Art in New York, art appreciation can have a positive impact on Alzheimer’s patients by giving them mental stimulation, both in terms of relieving their symptoms and improving their communication with caregivers.

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