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 Elderly Services

In response to an ageing population and their urgent needs, the Club was one of the first to take action

  • funded The Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing -- Hong Kong’s first purpose-built centre for the care of elderly people with dementia in 2000

  • helped acquire Hong Kong’s first-ever brain health promotional vehicle to provide outreach support for seniors across all 18 districts through preliminary checks on memory problems

  • collaborated with the Hong Kong Museum of History to launch the city’s first pilot programme, Journey for Active Minds: Jockey Club Museum Programme for the Elderly, which provides elderly and Alzheimer patients with art-appreciation opportunities through specially designed guided sessions and workshops

  • launched CADENZA: A Jockey Club Initiative for Seniors in 2006 with the aim of updating the model of care given to the elderly, including the setting up of The Jockey Club Cadenza Hub, an innovative, one-stop-shop service that has adopted a “community social care model” to provide both primary care and day care services for the elderly