About Us 簡介
We are a registered non-profit charitable institution incorporated based in Hong Kong, offering custom-made adaptive clothing, training and professional advice to charity organisations and hospitals with an aim to serve the elderly and disabled. Also, through organising workshops, we provide a platform to bring together everyone including the elderly and disabled to express their love for their loved ones through the design of fashion.
Since our operation founding in 2006, we have been determined to make an impact. The core of our efforts is to bring our team’s fresh ideas and passion to the range of activities we’re involved in. Through all of our endeavors we hope to display the conviction behind our beliefs.
"Here at Care Apparel Association, we understand that sometimes all it takes to change the world is a little support. As members of society, we must focus more of our energy on the elderlies and people with disabilities or illnesses in the Community. "
Dr. Frency Ng, Founder
Our Mission 宗旨
As one of the first innovative care apparel associations in the Far East region, we aim to integrate the concepts of 'specialised clothing' and 'social care' with an aim to serve the elderly and disabled.
Through clothing, it demonstrates care and concern for the society. The Association also provides the community with specialist consultation and resources in order to promote the concepts and importance of care apparel through the joint efforts of experts at the Institute of Textiles and Clothing, clothing designers and technicians, rehabilitation specialists, health care professionals and social scientists.
What do we do 服務範疇
Arousing public concern and enhancing their knowledge through providing information about care apparel and related products.
Research & Development
Researching and developing new care apparel and related products which serve the needs of different target groups.
Consultation & Support
Providing professional consultancy and supporting services by handling enquiries from wearers and care takers.
Promotion of social service activities such as product distribution, student volunteers and community visits which involve the participation of University professors, students and members of the general public.