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Children's Cancer Foundation

最後更新日期 Last Updated Date: 2019-09-11 16:15:57

每年平均受惠人次 Average no. of Service Recipients/ year (man-times) 63812
每年平均義工人數 (包括董事會成員) Average No. of Volunteers/ Year (including Board Member) 402
每年平均義工服務小時 Average No. of Volunteer Hours/ Year 3201
機構成就 Achievements 2017年四月推動為期十八個月的視網膜母細胞瘤關注活動-閃燈拍照見白瞳 家長留意莫遲疑,冀家長及早留意病癥。兒童醫療輔導服務已紮根香港主要公立醫院超過二十年。2017年基金兒童醫療輔導服務被美國Association of Child Life Professionals,選為海外相關服務培訓點。
In April 2017, an 18-month city-wide Retinoblastoma Awareness and Education Campaign was kicked off to raise public awareness of “white pupil reflex” as an early sign of Retinoblastoma which could lead to loss of eyeball or even death at late presentation, and the importance of early detection by using flash photography. The Foundation has been providing Child Life Service in the major public hospitals in Hong Kong for over 20 years.In 2017, its Child Life programme was selected as part of the initiative of the Association of Child Life Professionals to support the sustainability of child life outside the USA.
獎項及認證 Awards & Accreditation
創新計劃 Pioneer Projects 基金早於1999年為晚期癌症病童提供兒童家居及紓緩服務。直屬基金的「兒童紓緩服務基金」於2018年10月14日正式成立,將服務由原本的癌症病童,擴展至非癌症及生命有限的危重病童。基金的成立正式標誌香港的兒童紓緩服務進入新紀元。
The Foundation has pioneered palliative and home care services for children in the advanced stages of cancer since 1999. On October 14, 2018, the Children’s Palliative Care Foundation was inaugurated. This new Foundation is an entity solely owned by the Children’s Cancer Foundation with the aim of extending the palliative care services to children with life-threatening and life-limiting diseases. The Inauguration and the Symposium have unveiled the new chapter of the services and marked a new era to the development of Children’s Palliative Care in Hong Hong.
未來發展 Future Development 香港兒童醫院已於2018年12月起分階段投入服務,基金展望可將多年於公立醫院的專業、周全身心支援服務帶到兒童醫院內。基金亦會致力培訓團隊的專業性,確保院內的病童及其家庭,能接受最優質的支援服務。
As the Hong Kong Children's Hospital becomes operational in December 2018, the Foundation hopes that its comprehensive psychosocial services will be extended into the Hospital in line with what it is doing now in the major public hospitals in Hong Kong. The Foundation will continue to equip its staff with the needed professional qualifications and skills to ensure that best and quality services will be provided for patients and their families in the new Hong Kong Children's Hospital.