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  1. 1. Chan Cheuk Yu Chan Wing Ki Chan Siu Ling Kwok Ka Wing Leung Ki
  2. 2.  East of Hong Ning Road West of Hip Wo Street North of Kwun Tong Road From Google map
  3. 3.  Reason 1.Old and poor district (One of the first new towns in Hong Kong) 2.Under renewal 3.Public concerned district
  4. 4. 16.2% - 98500 people Hong Kong (overall) -13.2% higher than averagehttp://www.swd.gov.hk/en/index/site_district/page_kwuntong/sub_districtpr/
  5. 5.  Mainly the elderly and the middle-aged• Dressed simple and plain
  6. 6.  Buying at the market with companies (taken at the market)
  7. 7.  Resting and chatting at the park Social life
  8. 8.  Seeking health care at the Jockey club
  9. 9.  Picking up paper board for recycle to earn little amount of money may be the low-income group
  10. 10.  nearly 45% - the elderly(>65 years old):Low-income groupChart fromThe Hong Kong Council of Social Service(http://www.hkcss.org.hk/cb4/report_card/kwuntong.pdf) The elderly 767,225 88,678 The low-income elderly 307,455 39,710
  11. 11.  49,400 of the elderly is receiving the Social Security Allowance (生果金) occupying the greatest proportion in Hong Kong Most also receives Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (綜緩). Major expenditure:Meals Payments (rental/mortgage/ electricity, etc.)Transportation Medical care Studied by Oxfam Hong Kong  INSUFFICIENT!
  12. 12. Problem encountered by the elderly Suggestion• Not knowing the application • Refer to social worker procedure/ perceiving the procedure as complicated• High expenditure in seeking • Educate the elderly to medical care seek allowance• Low-income elderly people mainly • Suggest Food Bank (at spend a large proportion of their Kwun Tong) to the income on food elderly
  13. 13. Outdoor recreation opportunities Sitting-out area; Rest garden With long chairs, chess tables, well greening, light exercising facilities, etc. Provide a clean and fresh environment in a community with dense population, buildings and traffic Promote healthy lifestyle A good place for elderly to enlarge social circle
  14. 14.  Special facilities are provided for the disadvantaged elderly group Usually found in public areas, e.g. sitting-out area, recreational park Help the disadvantaged elderly group to easily access these areas and utilize the facilities more convenient and safe
  15. 15.  Churches with different religious backgrounds can promote social and spiritual life
  16. 16.  MTR – Kwun Tong Station Minibus – to Mongkok, Tsuen Kwan O, Tsuen Wan, North Point...... Bus Terminal – Kowloon Bus, City Bus MTR $2 Fare Promotion for the Elderly extended to 31 August 2012
  17. 17.  Kwun Tong Police Station, Sau Mau Ping Police Station Police patrolling - ensure safety of the community Kwun Tong Crime Prevention Office at Concorde Road – various activities organized such as leaflets distribution, crime prevention talks enhance elderly’s alertness in the area of crime prevention
  18. 18.  【蘋果日報】「阿伯,攞咁多錢做乜呀!」機警銀行職員見年邁老翁 到銀行提取 8萬元現金心生懷疑向事主查詢,揭發老翁早前接獲騙徒 電話,指其兒子因欠債被禁錮要 8萬元贖金,銀行暗中通知警方。觀 塘警區重案組探員將計就計暗中跟蹤事主付贖金,在黃大仙追逐 200 米拘捕取贖金內地男子,一名警長追捕騙徒時擦傷手腳。  險受騙慈父姓葉( 76歲),家住觀塘區,葉在家中接獲一名男子電 話,指其子欠債不還遭禁錮,要事主交出 8萬元贖金,否則對其子不 利,對話期間,另一男子在聽筒旁大叫:「阿爸,阿爸,救我呀。」 事主心慌誤以為呼救者真是其兒子,立即往觀塘協和街中國銀行提取 8萬元現款,騙徒要事主拿住手電保持聯絡,阻止他致電其子查證。  現場消息稱,當事主在銀行櫃位提款時,銀行一名女職員見他神色慌 張,加上他一次過提取一大筆現金,懷疑事不尋常,問事主:「阿伯 ,攞咁多錢做乜呀!」葉伯隨口回應道:「我要去救人,救我個仔呀 。」  銀行職員向葉伯進一步了解事件後,通知上司按銀行與警方的通報機 制,暗中知會東九龍防止罪案科,並拖延事主在銀行。http://www.e123.hk/CareGiver/details/10162
  19. 19.  Kwun Tong fire station Regular checking of fire facilities Promote fire safety
  20. 20.  Parknshop Shui Wo Street Fu Yan Street Watsons Fu Yan Street Yu Man Square Market Provide daily needs
  21. 21. Dental clinics private general clinics Chinese medicine dispensaries practitioners Night clinics Health check – Blood pressure, glucose level, etc.  Pok Oi Hospital Chinese Medicine Mobile Clinic - provide professional and reliable Chinese Medicine services to the general public - offer special discounts and assistance to the elderly and deprived groupshttp://www.pokoi.org.hk/entxt/services_cmedical_detail.aspx?
  22. 22.  A place for elderly to learn and have fun Health care knowledge related to high risk diseases, medication, stress relaxation, aging Other: Crime prevention, social welfare, festival celebrations Activity 雲漢長者地區中心 - 十月活動一覽  開心星期六之平安福音堂慶中秋  如何處理緊張和憂慮講座  防騙小常識—認識防騙講座  護老者聚會:老化過程知多「啲」(六)  認識綜合社會保障援助(綜緩)講座  老有所為活動計劃—「幼耆學必有其樂」  全港長者運動會2010—招募運動員及啦啦隊
  23. 23. Total no. of OAHPrice rangeRankingFacilities provided(Mainly)(Specific)
  24. 24.  Help the elderly to ask for specific need, e.g. supportive facilities, health care service Increase the level of convenience Improve the quality of life of elderly
  25. 25.  Health related poster promotion found in estates and roadsideEnhance the awareness of the importance of healthand disease preventions
  26. 26. Major health institutions Scope of ServicesUNITED CHRISTIAN HOSPITAL • Specialties : Medicine and Geriatrics • Specialty Centres & Ambulatory Services : Geriatric Day Hospital • Others : Community Nursing Services (CNS)• an acute general hospital in east Kowloon (in-patient, day-patient, out-patient and community care services) specific geriatrics services - the Medicine and Geriatrics SpecialtyCover the needs of the elderly CNS service provide continuous care for the discharged elderly
  27. 27. Minibus route no. 50  from Yu Man Square to UCH  From 0600 – 2400, every 8 minutes  Fee: $2.5http://www.i-
  28. 28. Green Minibus :Transportation 50 Kwun Tong (Yue Man Square) – United Christian Hospital (Circulate Route)  Discount for the elderly (senior citizen card holders) full fare $ 1.3 Transportation time: within 10 minutes Route map  The locations of the stations are easy to access  The fare is affordable as discount is offered for the elderly Busy traffic Get on and off on the roadside
  29. 29. Kwun Tong Jockey Club HealthCentre Services • General out-patient clinic • Other sub-clinics : Kwun Tong Jockey Club Dental Clinic  get the general medication service through the clinic  Elderly with dental problems can seek help here
  30. 30. Yung Fung Shee Memorial CentreKwun Tong Elderly Health CentreService provided:- physical check up and health assessment - counselling and curative treatment ($45 per consultation)- health promotion ,education and disease prevention programmes (annual health check : FREE ) Provide holistic care for the elderly
  31. 31.  Roads marked by easily seen (big font size)& understandable signs  Clear instructions
  32. 32.  Need greater effort to walk hard for the elderly walk with sticks wheelchairs uphill: need great strength downhill: increase risk of injury
  33. 33.  Narrow path  Pedestrians walk on the traffic road Pedestrians compete with the vehicles dangerous
  34. 34.  Construction sites narrow roads → easily collide with others Obstacles on the roads → Risk of fall
  35. 35. High density of buildings Wall effect ElderlyVehicles Waste gases Air pollution affected
  36. 36. http://www.epd-asg.gov.hk/english/apisum/apisum.html
  37. 37.  Elderly people are sensitive to air pollution Air pollution : increase risk of respiratory disease e.g. pneumonia, lung cancer increase risk of cardiovascular disease
  38. 38.  Public housing estates Home ownership scheme estates Private sectors
  39. 39.  70% residents in Kwun Tong live in public housing estates or Home ownership scheme estates The rest live in private sectors
  40. 40.  Most public housing estates are very old. Some even reach 50 years, for example, 和樂邨. Home ownership scheme estates were built at a later time, but are already 20-30 years. Private sectors are as old as public housing estates, reaching 30-40 years.
  41. 41. Living Environment  No elevator: elders have to walk upstairs, which are as high as 10 floors. Risk of fall is high.  Narrow, poorly lit corridors: difficult to see clearly, may trip over easily.  Worn-out wires and pipes: Leakage is dangerous. Incident of power supply exposion led to electricity cut recently.
  42. 42. Living Environment  Old private sectors are not managed by companies. Buildings are not very safe. Big fire broke out several times. Life threating to elders, as they are less likely to escape fast.  Small shops located on the ground floor of the buildings. Places are wet and narrow. Elders need to elbow through the area every time they go out.
  43. 43. Redevelopment  Covers part of Kwun Tong only  Many elders still live in worn-out buildings  Incidents of falling objects from buildings under renovation can be dangerous to elders
  44. 44. Redevelopment  Complicated procedures in selling old flats for redevelopment are frustrating to elders  Areas in redevelopment are quite at dark. Security becomes poor. Dangerous for elders to go out and exercise in early morning.  Neighbours move out of old buildings. Loss of bonding.
  45. 45. Old buildings not under redeveloped Elders worry they have no place to live and the money they can get back from the developers. Elders worry they cannot adapt to new environment if they are to forced to move away.
  46. 46.  http://www.epd- asg.gov.hk/english/apisum/apisum.html http://www.who.int/phe/health_topics/outdoorair/dat abases/health_impacts/en/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0ebcIAQhWs http://news.hotpot.hk/fruit/art_main.php?iss_id=2011 0709&sec_id=4104&art_id=15416185
  47. 47. http://www.ha.org.hk/visitor/ha_hosp_details.asp?Content_ID=100156&Lang=ENGhttp://www.dh.gov.hk/clinictimetable/ehc.htmhttp://www.info.gov.hk/tb_chest/contents/c611.htmhttp://www.dh.gov.hk/english/main/main_ds/main_ds.htmlElderly health centrehttp://www.info.gov.hk/elderly/english/index.htmUCHhttp://www3.ha.org.hk/uch/hospital/show.asp?c=auAddressMinibus50
  48. 48. Major health institutions Scope of ServicesUNITED CHRISTIAN HOSPITAL • Specialties : Medicine and Geriatrics • Specialty Centres & Ambulatory Services : Geriatric Day Hospital • Others : Community Nursing Services (CNS)• an acute general hospital in east Kowloon (in-patient, day-patient, out-patient and community care services) specific geriatrics services - the Medicine and Geriatrics SpecialtyCover the needs of the elderly CNS service provide continuous care for the discharged elderly
  49. 49. Minibus route no. 50  from Yu Man Square to UCH  From 0600 – 2400, every 8 minutes  Fee: $2.5http://www.i-
  50. 50. Green Minibus :Transportation 50 Kwun Tong (Yue Man Square) – United Christian Hospital (Circulate Route)  Discount for the elderly (senior citizen card holders) full fare $ 1.3 Transportation time: within 10 minutes Route map  The locations of the stations are easy to access  The fare is affordable as discount is offered for the elderly Busy traffic Get on and off on the roadside
  51. 51. Kwun Tong Jockey Club HealthCentre Services • General out-patient clinic • Other sub-clinics : Kwun Tong Jockey Club Dental Clinic  get the general medication service through the clinic  Elderly with dental problems can seek help here
  52. 52. Yung Fung Shee Memorial CentreKwun Tong Elderly Health CentreService provided:- physical check up and health assessment - counselling and curative treatment ($45 per consultation)- health promotion ,education and disease prevention programmes (annual health check : FREE ) Provide holistic care for the elderly
  53. 53.  Roads marked by easily seen (big font size)& understandable signs  Clear instructions
  54. 54.  Need greater effort to walk hard for the elderly walk with sticks wheelchairs uphill: need great strength downhill: increase risk of injury
  55. 55.  Narrow path  Pedestrians walk on the traffic road Pedestrians compete with the vehicles dangerous
  56. 56.  Construction sites narrow roads → easily collide with others Obstacles on the roads → Risk of fall
  57. 57. High density of buildings Wall effect ElderlyVehicles Waste gases Air pollution affected
  58. 58. http://www.epd-asg.gov.hk/english/apisum/apisum.html
  59. 59.  Elderly people are sensitive to air pollution Air pollution : increase risk of respiratory disease e.g. pneumonia, lung cancer increase risk of cardiovascular disease
  60. 60.  Public housing estates Home ownership scheme estates Private sectors
  61. 61.  70% residents in Kwun Tong live in public housing estates or Home ownership scheme estates The rest live in private sectors
  62. 62.  Most public housing estates are very old. Some even reach 50 years, for example, 和樂邨. Home ownership scheme estates were built at a later time, but are already 20-30 years. Private sectors are as old as public housing estates, reaching 30-40 years.
  63. 63. Living Environment  No elevator: elders have to walk upstairs, which are as high as 10 floors. Risk of fall is high.  Narrow, poorly lit corridors: difficult to see clearly, may trip over easily.  Worn-out wires and pipes: Leakage is dangerous. Incident of power supply exposion led to electricity cut recently.
  64. 64. Living Environment  Old private sectors are not managed by companies. Buildings are not very safe. Big fire broke out several times. Life threating to elders, as they are less likely to escape fast.  Small shops located on the ground floor of the buildings. Places are wet and narrow. Elders need to elbow through the area every time they go out.
  65. 65. Redevelopment  Covers part of Kwun Tong only  Many elders still live in worn-out buildings  Incidents of falling objects from buildings under renovation can be dangerous to elders
  66. 66. Redevelopment  Complicated procedures in selling old flats for redevelopment are frustrating to elders  Areas in redevelopment are quite at dark. Security becomes poor. Dangerous for elders to go out and exercise in early morning.  Neighbours move out of old buildings. Loss of bonding.
  67. 67. Old buildings not under redeveloped Elders worry they have no place to live and the money they can get back from the developers. Elders worry they cannot adapt to new environment if they are to forced to move away.
  68. 68.  http://www.epd- asg.gov.hk/english/apisum/apisum.html http://www.who.int/phe/health_topics/outdoorair/dat abases/health_impacts/en/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0ebcIAQhWs http://news.hotpot.hk/fruit/art_main.php?iss_id=2011 0709&sec_id=4104&art_id=15416185
  69. 69. http://www.ha.org.hk/visitor/ha_hosp_details.asp?Content_ID=100156&Lang=ENGhttp://www.dh.gov.hk/clinictimetable/ehc.htmhttp://www.info.gov.hk/tb_chest/contents/c611.htmhttp://www.dh.gov.hk/english/main/main_ds/main_ds.htmlElderly health centrehttp://www.info.gov.hk/elderly/english/index.htmUCHhttp://www3.ha.org.hk/uch/hospital/show.asp?c=auAddressMinibus50

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