Recognize the artistic talent of rehabilitation trainees and Caring for the elderly
The delegation from CaixaBank Consumer Finance visited our Heng On Integrated Service for Rehabilitation and Bradbury Home of Loving Kindness on 20 May, and spent a pleasant morning with our trainees and elders.
Trainees of Heng On Integrated Service for Rehabilitation, worked together with our visitors to make Saori crafts. All visitors received hand-made flowers by the trainees as appreciation for their visit.
Elders at the Bradbury Home of Loving Kindness had a great moment with visitors for game playing and fun cooking time together. Our elders taught our visitors how to make dumplings, and they all tried the delicious dumplings together afterwards.
Special thanks to CaixaBank Consumer Finance for the visit for sharing love and care with our trainees and elders.
About “la Caixa” Foundation
With funding support from “la Caixa” Foundation and The Bank of East Asia Charitable Foundation, The Salvation Army Hong Kong and Macau Command has promoted palliative care and end-of-life care in 13 participating residential care homes since 2010, providing an alternative end-of-life choice for elderly residents, strengthening interaction and collaboration between the medical sector and residential care homes, optimising service operations, raising public awareness and accumulating knowledge and experience to advocate the incorporation of end-of-life care into routine services.