We believe “Active Ageing” can help keeping elderlies healthy, enhancing their knowledge, and building social networks.
To better satisfy the expectation of the elderlies with advanced education level and financial ability, elderly centres may enhance their services by promoting active ageing. The Government will review Elderly Centre services in the second half of the year. Through the “Re-imagine Elderly Centres” co-creation workshops and symposium, we aim to explore the possibilities to innovate Elderly Centre with cross-discipline experts while highlighting the roles of Elderly Centres in the community.
Continuing the results of the co-creation workshops in September and October, six co-creation groups presented their design ideas at the symposium on November 2, 2019, to boost elders' vitality, build their social networks and Enhance their capacity, with the support from our supporting organisations and participants!
Our team will work closely with the design consultants to take forward the ideas developed by the co-creation teams into implementable Action Project. Please follow our Facebook and stay tuned! (https://www.facebook.com/jcdisi )
Date | 02.11.2019 (Sat)
Time | 9:00 – 13:30
Venue | Jockey Club Innovation Tower, PolyU
Mr Daniel Lai
Chair Professor and
Head of the Department of Applied Social Sciences,
Director of Institute of Active Ageing, PolyU
Pre-symposium Co-creation Workshop
Date | 28.09.2019 (Sat) 29.09.2019 (Sun) & 19.`0.2019 (Sat)
Time | 9:00 – 18:00