Our first priority is to educate the public to understand that Hong Kong’s elderly services policy has to go beyond a welfare-only policy. Photo: Sam Tsang Our first priority is to educate the public to understand that Hong Kong’s elderly services policy has to go beyond a welfare-only policy. Photo: Sam Tsang
Our first priority is to educate the public to understand that Hong Kong’s elderly services policy has to go beyond a welfare-only policy. Photo: Sam Tsang

How Hong Kong’s outdated care system is failing the elderly

Patrick Cheung suggests reconsidering the government’s central role in service provision, among other issues, to create a system that will be more responsive to changing needs

Topic |   Ageing society
Our first priority is to educate the public to understand that Hong Kong’s elderly services policy has to go beyond a welfare-only policy. Photo: Sam Tsang Our first priority is to educate the public to understand that Hong Kong’s elderly services policy has to go beyond a welfare-only policy. Photo: Sam Tsang
Our first priority is to educate the public to understand that Hong Kong’s elderly services policy has to go beyond a welfare-only policy. Photo: Sam Tsang
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