Access to the community - Age-friendly Port

Build an Age-friendly

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“Build an Age-friendly Environment” section covers resources of three domains of an age-friendly city, including “Outdoor spaces and building”, “Transportation” and “Housing”. A safe, accessible and well-designed physical environment supports elderly people and other community members to age in place, remain engaged with their community and gain access to services and activities.

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Age-friendly transport facilities and services support elderly people to go out to the community for various kinds of participation and access to the services in need.

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APP | Age-friendly Transport (Chinese version only)

Provides a variety of information about community services and transportation in Kowloon City, including medical healthcare, recreational, cultural and community services, as well as introduces the major scenic spots in different districts in Hong Kong and their level of age-friendliness.
(produced by S.K.H. Holy Carpenter Church District Elderly Community Centre under “Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project – APPS @ Kowloon City – Transport“)

Video | Age-friendly transport facilities and mobile apps (Chinese version only)

The video features the age-friendly transport facilities and mobile apps initiated by rail and bus companies and NGOs.
(produced by online media, “HiEggo” under the video series “HiEggo x Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project”)

Videos | Age-friendly minibus (Chinese version only)

Next Station: Yau Tsim Mong (Elderly people)

Next Station: Yau Tsim Mong (Young people)

Next Station: Yau Tsim Mong (Minibus drivers)

What are the needs of elderly people on minibus service? What young people and minibus drivers can do to enhance the age-friendliness of minibus for the elderly in need? 

(produced by The Mong Kok Kai Fong Association Limited Chan Hing Social Service Centre under “Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project – Next Station: Yau Tsim Mong (1)”)