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香港傷殘青年協會
Hong Kong Federation of Handicapped Youth

最後更新日期 Last Updated Date: 2017-12-27 16:11:57


每年平均受惠人次 Average no. of Service Recipients/ year (man-times) 34510
每年平均義工人數 (包括董事會成員) Average No. of Volunteers/ Year (including Board Member) 150
每年平均義工服務小時 Average No. of Volunteer Hours/ Year 15000
機構成就 Achievements 本會早前與華人慈善基金合作,從古蹟名單和本地廟宇中挑選出30個地點作深入調查,以了解其通道、交通等是否適合殘疾人士參觀。我們整合所得資料後編寫成《無障礙廟宇古蹟遊》指南。 讀者可得知各古蹟和廟宇適合哪類別殘疾人士,協助他們了解景點的無障礙水平和預早計劃行程,並藉此推動古蹟和廟宇改善無障礙設施。
The Federation and General Chinese Charities Fund have jointly selected 30 sites from the list of temples and declared monuments for inspection of accessible facilities and their suitability for people with disabilities in the year of 2015-16, and the inspection results are summarized into “The Guide on Barrier-free Heritage and Temple Tour”. Readers could plan their trips to the heritages sites or temples according to the information and legends on the accessibility of destinations shown in the guide.
獎項及認證 Awards & Accreditation
創新計劃 Pioneer Projects 「普及運動」計劃

傷青動力學堂至力推動殘疾人士「普及運動」計劃,讓更多殘疾人士可以參與體育活動,強健身心。當中「傷青輪椅隊」及「柔力球隊」更是學堂主力培訓的運動。人人運動是我們發展的方向,鼓勵更多殘疾人士嘗試和參與不同種類的運動。
“Sport for All” Project
HKFHY Momentum Academy (HKFHY MA) strives to advocate the “Sport for All” Project so as to enable more disabled people to participate in sport activities and strengthen their mind and body. The “Wheelchair Sport Racing Team” and “Rouliqiu Team” are two of the principal training sports of the HKFHY MA. “Sport for All” is our development direction and we aim at encourage more disabled people to try and participate in different types of sport activities.
未來發展 Future Development 新服務單位 
協會積極在不同地區開展新的服務單位,以服務更多殘疾人士。而協會在2014年底成功申請屯門良景邨良偉樓地下作為協會在新界西的一個就業、培訓及服務的單位,為更多有需要的殘疾人士提供適切的服務。協會將會申請基金撥款資助新單位的維修及運作。
New Service Unit The Federation always strives to establish new service unit in different districts and serve more disabled people. The Federation has successfully applied for rental of a new unit – Ground Floor of Leung Wai House, Leung King Estate, Tuen Mun. This unit will provide employment, training and direct services to needy disabled people. The Federation will apply funding for the renovation and operation of this new unit.