We operate four workshops to provide sheltered employment for adults with intellectual disabilities in packaging (blister and vacuum pack), assembly work, mail inserts, car washing, sewing and laundry.
People with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities who are aged 15 or above and are unable to benefit from open employment.
Referrals can be made by School Social Workers, Medical Social Workers, Family Caseworkers and staff of Rehabilitation Service Units to the Central Referral System for Rehabilitation Services. Interviews will be arranged by Workshop Instructors and Social Workers to assess working abilities of applicants.
Fees and Charges
Free of charge. Trainees will have to pay their daily expenses including meal, transport and fee for activities they participate. Should there be any financial difficulties, they can contact Social Workers in the Workshop to make referrals for financial and other welfare assistance.
1. Wage － The workshop will assign tasks according to the trainees' abilities. The wage is paid based on individual productive output.
2. Incentive payment － Besides training allowance, trainees with good attendance record can receive an incentive of $21 a day.
Monday to Friday: 8:45a.m. to 4:30p.m. Saturday: 8:45a.m. to 12:30p.m.