The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society Jockey Club Cancer Rehabilitation Centre
Objective • The HKACS is a non-profit making organization founded in 1963 by Professor John H C Ho with a group of concerned people in the medical profession with the objective of promoting, coordinating and organizing activities in the fight against cancer.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Chairman:Dr. Ko Wing Man
The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society Jockey Club Cancer Rehabilitation Centre • A caring “Home Away From Home” providing a wide range of services required by cancer sufferers at different phrases of their illnesses; with special emphasis on integrated Western & Chinese medicine, quality nursing care, family support & rehabilitation.
Range of Service • General Medical Care by Resident Doctor • Specialist Medical Care by Visiting Consultants, Oncologists, TCM Practitioners or Patients’ own doctors • 24 hour specially trained oncology nursing care • Residential Convalescence & Rehabilitation Programmes • Day Care • Home Care • Paramedical Services: Physiotherapy, OT, Prosthesis Fitting & Orthotics etc • Alternative Therapies: Food Therapy, Acupuncture, Qi-gong etc. • Psychosocial supports provided by professional counselors & volunteers’ support groups
Holistic Rehabilitation Program 1. Integrated Medicine - Western Medicine - Chinese Medicine - Alternative Medicine 2. Comprehensive Pain Management - Multi-disciplinary Approach 5. Nutrition Support - Dietitian Consultation - Food Therapy 3. Physiotherapy - Stretching , mobilizing and strengthening exercise - Balance and ambulatory training - Oedema control - Improve exercise tolerance and body fitness Physical Aspect 4. Occupational Therapy and Adaptation Services - Improve ADL (activities of daily living) functions - Improve Quality of Life - Pre-discharge Assessment
Holistic Rehabilitation Program Psychological Aspect • 6. Stress Management • - Counseling Service • - Music Relaxation • - Aroma-therapy • - Meditation • - Art Therapy
Holistic Rehabilitation Program 8. Carer Empowerment - Carer Training Course Social Aspect • 7. Recreational & • Diversional Therapy • - Tai Chi • - Qi Gong • - Yoga • - Ba Duan Jin • - Dancing Therapy • - Chinese Calligraphy Class • - Handicraft • - Wi-TV Games • - Tea Enjoyment 9. Peer Support and Volunteers’ Support Activities - Patients Support Group - Rehab Shop - Beauty Salon Services
Holistic Rehabilitation Program Spiritual Aspect 10. Spiritual Care - Multi-Sectors Approach - Embracing different religions and philosophical beliefs
Room Categories & Tentative Charges There are a total of 110 beds, 18 of them will be reserved for low income cancer patients as subsidized bed.
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