Two women enjoy some food at the Chuk Lam Ming Tong Care & Attention Home for the Aged in Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong. By 2040, the number of older people needing support is expected to more than double. Photo: Dickson Lee
Edward Moncreiffe
Opinion

Opinion

Edward Moncreiffe

As Hong Kong ages, carers of elderly relatives need more support at work, at home and for their own old age

  • A more flexible working environment, funded respite care and innovative insurance policies can support Hong Kong’s more than 40,000 carers of ageing relatives

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Two women enjoy some food at the Chuk Lam Ming Tong Care & Attention Home for the Aged in Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong. By 2040, the number of older people needing support is expected to more than double. Photo: Dickson Lee
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