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Rehabilitation Services

The Providence Garden for Rehab

 

The Providence Garden for Rebab (PGR), adhering to the motto “Individual Caring, Overall Concern” of the Welfare Council, provides innovative and diversified services for about 1,000 ex-mentally ill persons and mentally handicapped persons since 2006. It aims at enhancing their living standard and achieving the integration of these persons into community life.

 

PGR is the largest comprehensive rehabilitation services complex in Hong Kong with 13-storeys in height. There is about 400 staff from multidiscipline, including clinical psychologists, nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, art therapist, social workers etc. They work hand in hand to excel their professional knowledge and skills to provide quality services and living for members and their families.

 

Feature

Advocate Body-Mind-Spiritual Integration Model

PGR is based on the concept of holistic rehabilitation and advocates body-mind-spiritual development. It combines Chinese herbalist life-nurturing concept and creative art expression as an integrated service delivery model in order to bring enjoyable and healthy life for members.

 

Build up Normalized Way of Life

PGR emphasizes the concept of normalization through the empowerment model in which members share their rights and responsibilities to lead an independent life. Meanwhile, the comfortable residence design and greenery outskirt of PGR building creates home-like environment for the members. The family based and community based principle emphasizes to help members to have harmony family lift and integrate into the community.

 

Enquiries

Address

82 Tsun Wen Road,

Tuen Mun, New Territories

Tel 3511 0700
Fax 3511 0950
Email pgr@skhwc.org.hk
Website

http://pgr.skhwc.org.hk/

Operating hours

Service Hour varies with services. Please contact relevant services for details.

Service users ex-mentally ill persons, mentally handicapped persons and severely disabled
Services

The following services are provided for ex-mentally ill persons:

  • Long Stay Care Home
  • Halfway House
  • Sunnyway - On the Job Training Programme for Young People with Disabilities   

 

The following services are provided for persons with mentally handicap and severely disable:

  • Care and Attention Home for Severely Disabled Persons
  • Day Care Service for Persons with Severe Disabilities
  • Hostel for Severely Mentally Handicapped Persons
  • Hostel for Moderately Mentally Handicapped Persons
  • Residential Respite Service
  • Work Extension Programme (WEP)

 

The following services are provided for persons with ex-mentally ill, mentally handicap and severely disable:

  • Integrated Vocational Training Centre
  • Spiritual Care Services
Application Referrals can be made by social workers and staff of rehabilitation service units to the Central Referral System for Rehabilitation Services of the Social Welfare Department.