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Storytaler is co-founded by Prof. Winnie Mak, Professor in CUHK Department of Psychology and Ms Amanda Li, Clinical Psychologist in 2015 and turned into a social enterprise in 2019. We aim to promote mental health and reduce psychiatric stigma. We believe we can all be a self-advocate and an advocate for others. We are a team of people with lived experience,
Based in the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Happy Ageing Lab is envisioned as a Lab of academics, design and health professionals, innovating housing solutions for an ageing population to promote (i) ageing-in-place, (ii) healthy ageing, and (iii) intergenerational living. To address the diversity among our seniors, the Lab targets to expand the housing ch
Silvermorph was founded with the mission to improve elderly care through innovation and operational excellence. Many good elderly care operators are facing growing administrative requirements, which distract them from doing what they are good at – providing quality frontline care service to the residents, Silvermorph would like to leverage its capabili
iEnterprise’s mission is to provide job opportunity for the people with disabilities. Let the minority group in the society can unleash their neglected productivities.We are running an outsourcing Call Center, from a local Telecom company, providing job for the people with disabilities. We offer employment, training, management and counseling ser
Organization for Mindfulness Hong Kong (OMHK) is a social enterprise found in 2014 with the missions to raise the awareness of the concept “mindfulness” in Hong Kong and to promote “mindful living” and its practices to the general public in order to improve individuals’ mental and physical well-being, facing highly stressful and
OPUS is a newly established company in 2016. We are a group of young and energetic, but with more than 8 years of marketing experience members. We cooperate with customers of different industries, provide service beyond their expectation and deliver better results.
Founded by a group of dedicated disabled professionals in 1995, the Hong Kong Rehabilitation Power ("HKRP") is a non-profit and charitable rehabilitation organization strives to advance the welfare of handicapped persons, individuals with chronic illnesses and the ex-mentally ill people, now serving over two thousand people in Hong Kong.