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H.K.S.K.H. Tuen Mun District Support Centre - The Gathering

 

Tuen Mun District Support Centre – the Gathering aims at enhancing the domestic living and community living skills for persons with disabilities so as to facilitate their integration into the community through the provision of a range of community support services. It also provides training and support services to the family members / carers of persons with disabilities so as to strengthen their caring capacity and to relieve their stress.

 

Scope of services

DSC would meet the needs of persons with disabilities by providing a range of services and activities which include

  • Individual or group training programmes and support services for persons with disabilities to enhance their domestic living and community living skills;
  • Social, recreational and personal development programmes for persons with disabilities;
  • Training programmes / educational courses / workshops for family members / carers of persons with disabilities to enhance their caring capacities;
  • Supportive services to family members / carers of persons with disabilities to relieve their stress;
  • Community education;
  • Drop-in service for persons with disabilities;
  • Information on community resources and referral services for appropriate welfare services; and
  • Provision of case management service including conducting need assessment, formulation of case plan and rendering counseling service to the persons with disabilities and their families and to bridging up community resources.

 

Enquiries

Address

G/F, Leung Yin House,

Leung King Estate,

Tuen Mun, New Territories

Tel 3549 6897
Fax 2793 9180
Email tmdsc@skhwc.org.hk
Operating hours

Monday to Saturday: 9:00am to 6:00pm

Sunday and Public holidays: Closed

Service users Persons with disabilities living in the community; Family members / carers of persons with disabilities; and Community at large.
Application Persons with disabilities and their family members / carers can directly approach the DSCs for services.