Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation
The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation (HKSR) is a charitable organization with the mission to advocate inclusive society. It was founded by Professor Sir Harry Fang, Father of Rehabilitation, in 1959. Under the leadership of Dr. David Fang, Mr. Benny Cheung and governing committees made up of professionals and philanthropists, HKSR continues to commit to providing diversified and multi-facet services to people with disabilities, chronic illnesses and/or problems of ageing. In 2015-2016, we provided over 1.5 million units of responsive and quality services in Accessible Transport and Travel, Rehabilitation and Long Term Care.
Barrier Breaker (Every January), Charity Canton-Opera (Every Chinese New Year)
Accessible Transport & Travel; Rehabilitation; Long Term Care; and Rehabilitation Training & Services in China
People with disabilities, chronic illness or problem of ageing
Established in 1959, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation has a long history with experienced management board
What They Do
The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation is dedicated to providing services to enhance the quality of life of people with disability or chronic illness and older adults, and to advocate for their equal opportunities in the social, civic and economic arena.
The Society was designated a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Rehabilitation in 1986.