Jul 3-5
and
Oct 20
2015

HKSKH Lady Maclehose Centre

“Orange Ribbons Campaign 2015 Community Promotion had been started
from 3rd to 5th July, and 20th October 2015, were held at Retiree & Senior Fair and Ma On Shan Plaza. A series of community promotion aroused public to pay more attention to stroke patients and their families. And the event also responds to the World Stroke Day in 29th October.

Contact Details

HKSKH Lady Maclehose Centre
Mr WING CHUN YUNG
HONG KONG, China
Work Phone: 2423 5533
Email Address: cstpo2@gmail.com

Sep 01
thru
Oct 25
2015

HKSKH Lady Maclehose Centre

During period from September to 25th October 2015, through the slogan competition which is to urge enterprises and communities to pay more attention to stroke patients and their families, promoting the message of blessing to stroke patients and their families as well. And the event also responds to the World Stroke Day in 29th October.

Contact Details

HKSKH Lady Maclehose Centre
Mr WING CHUN YUNG
HONG KONG, China
Work Phone: 2423 5533
Email Address: cstpo2@gmail.com

25
Oct
2015

HKSKH Lady Maclehose Centre

“Orange Ribbons Campaign 2015 which encouraged the individuals and communities in Hong Kong to express their concern by wearing orange ribbons at the “World Stroke Day”. Besides, Slogan Competition: Care and Love for Stroke Survivors prize presentation also took part in the ceremony. Different enterprises, welfare organizations and schools joined together to organize “Fly Together” Fun Day to arouse public concern and on support of stroke patients. Varieties activities were held which included experiencing activities of stroke rehabilitation, “FAST” stroke examination, demonstration of stroke rehabilitation exercise “LING HONG Exercise”(靈康操) , game booths, etc. The activity also responds to the World Stroke Day on 29th October.

Contact Details

HKSKH Lady Maclehose Centre
Mr WING CHUN YUNG
HONG KONG, China
Work Phone: 2423 5533
Email Address: cstpo2@gmail.com

29
Oct
2015

Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital

World Stroke Day-2015 events held in Hong Kong East Cluster (HKEC)

Objectives of World Stroke Day events held in HKEC: 1) to enhance stroke awareness and prevention knowledge to the hospital staff and to the public; 2) to alert one of stroke risk factors – Early Vascular Aging. Event 1: To hospital staff, Event 1) Stroke Health Talk for “Stroke knowledge, awareness and treatment” by Neurologist & “Tips for Stroke & Vascular Aging Prevention”by Stroke Nurse Consultant ; Event 2) Simple self-assessment Survey for Vascular Aging to hospital staff; Event 3) Stroke awareness and prevention Poster Exhibition (Total 8 Posters including “1 in 6” & “I am Woman”slogan, what is stroke, stroke prevention, “Chinese version of “FAST”promotion, Carotid Artery Stenosis, AF information, etc……) for 2 weeks at 3 main regional hospitals of Hong Kong East Cluster; Event 4: All related parties of stroke services in PYNEH will take photos before starting the 2-week poster exhibition

Contact Details

Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital
Ms May Mok
Hong Kong , Hong Kong
Work Phone: 25957657
Email Address: mokyn@ha.org.hk

29
Oct
2015

HKSKH Lady Maclehose Centre

HKSKH Lady Maclehose Centre has organized “Orange Ribbons Campaign” for five consecutive years. It was a meaningful and symbolic action by encouraging people to wear orange ribbons on that day, to draw public attention on stroke patients and their family. The event also responds to the World Stroke Day in 29th October.

Contact Details

HKSKH Lady Maclehose Centre
Mr WING CHUN YUNG
HONG KONG, China
Work Phone: 2423 5533
Email Address: cstpo2@gmail.com

29
Oct
2015

Acute Stroke Unit, Queen Elizabeth Hospital

1. Posters exhibition for prevention and awareness of stroke
2. Pamphlets of stroke prevention and healthy life style.
3. Blood pressure check for general public.
4. Health counselling.
5. Posters and stickers of stroke awarness for all medical wards and staff

Contact Details

Acute Stroke Unit, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Mr Bernard Yuen
Hong Kong, China
Work Phone: 852 5278 7555
Email Address: yuenmkb@ha.org.hk

01
Nov
2015

HKSKH Lady Maclehose Centre

Stroke rehabilitation encounters ups and downs, which is similar to flying kite. Both of them need help and encouragement from others in order to fly high. We encouraged individuals and communities in Hong Kong to participate in a kite-flying activity, “Flying with the Wind”, as expressing awareness on stroke disease and supports to stroke patients. The activity also responds to the World Stroke Day on 29th October.

Contact Details

HKSKH Lady Maclehose Centre
Mr WING CHUN YUNG
HONG KONG, China
Work Phone: 2423 5533
Email Address: cstpo2@gmail.com

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