Through innovation in rehabilitation and empowering people with disabilities or health conditions, we advocate holistic wellbeing, social participation, and an inclusive and enabling environment.
HKSR is a government recognized charitable organization established in 1959, currently with 30 service centres in Hong Kong and Mainland China. In 2016-17, our Accessible Transport and Travel, Rehabilitation, Long Term Care, and International and China Divisions provided over 1.55 million units of service for people with disabilities, chronic illnesses, and elder adults.
We aspire to be an effective, impactful and caring organization in holistic care and rehabilitation.
The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation is devoted to promoting rehabilitation service development in Mainland China. HKSR has also set up Yee Hong Heights at Yantian, Shenzhen to provide elderly and rehabilitation services.
The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation was the first organization in Hong Kong to be designated as a WHO Collaborating Centre in 1986. We are one of the seven WHO rehabilitation centers in the Western Pacific Region. Our aim is to promote sustainable community-based rehabilitation services in Mainland China in order to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities and chronic illnesses.
Our major target group are rehabilitation workers which includes doctors, nurses, therapists and child-care workers working at hospitals, rehabilitation centers, welfare homes and NGOs. We also train people at managerial levels, enhancing their understanding in rehabilitation so as to further promote rehabilitation work. Over 27 years, we have trained more than 30,000 rehabilitation staff who come from over 1,000 hospitals, welfare institutes, rehabilitation centers community-based projects as well as other NGOs.