Evergreen Love Takes Flight, Rong Family Arts in Motion
Apr 14.2023 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
In recent years, Taiwan's elderly population has been growing rapidly, and it is estimated that by 2025, the country will enter an ultra-aging society, with the elderly population aged 65 and above reaching 20%.
Elevate senior care quality and create outstanding care environment
Dec 20.2022 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
Located in Sanxia, New Taipei City, Taipei Veterans Home (TVH) houses over 500 vulnerable or solitary veterans, half of whom are already incapacitated or bedridden and require specialists’ care and maintenance. The home-care bed that bedridden elders sleep on are over 15 years of age, now appear to be shaky with damaged hand controllers, arm rails or brakes, incurring risks on the users and causing extra burden on the caregiver.
Hi, Life! Elderly Travel [Taipei Veterans’ Home Mid-Autumn Care Event]
Sep 06.2022 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
As the COVID-19 pandemic has lasted for more than two years, many elders stay at home for a longer period of time, which may lead to feelings of boredom, oppression or loneliness, and may have a negative impact on their mental health. As the pandemic gradually subsides, it is important to encourage seniors to go outside.
Hi Life High Life for all Stages of Life: Mid-Autumn Festival celebration at TMU long-term station
Sep 05.2022 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
In response to the aging population in society, Taipei Medical University (TMU) established the School of Gerontology in 2007 with a view to developing talents for elderly care, senior health assessment and health care project design. To improve social interaction for elders who live alone or from disadvantaged backgrounds, Chang Yung-Fa Charity Foundation has been collaborating with TMU School of Gerontology since 2018 in the “Youths and Elders Dine Together: solitary elders need not dine alone” initiative in the nearby neighborhoods: Siwei Village, Hui’an Village and Sanzhang Village.
Hi, Life! Elderly Travel [Changhua Veterans’ Home Summer Fun Care Event]
Sep 02.2022 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
As the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, the government has initiated a new campaign to promote LOHAS lifestyles, encouraging people to participate in activities that are good for their physical and mental health, such as nature walks, sports and travel, and to relax and enjoy life.
“Fragrant Lotus Leaves and Aromatic Zongzi for Veterans” Dragon Boat Festival Party
May 25.2022 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
The sudden and rapid surge of confirmed cases once again put our daily routines out of whack. Chang Yung-Fa Charity Foundation and Veterans’ Service Department of Changhua County together organized the “Fragrant Lotus Leaves and Aromatic Zongzi for Veterans” celebration party for the Dragon Boat Festival. But the party was cancelled in the end due to the pandemic.
Funded Happy Wise Home Construction of St. Mary’s Hospital Taitung
Feb 10.2022 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
Founded in 1961, St. Mary’s Hospital Taitung has been serving eastern Taiwan for 60 years sparing no effort caring for disadvantaged low-income families in remote rural areas and received positive feedback from the general public for its service. The serious problems of aging population, increasing dementia among elders, and lacking 24-hour care institutions have for a long while placing a huge strain on the caregivers and the families
Winter solstice community get-together in Wan’an Village
Dec 20.2021 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
Long-term care for the elders has become a critical issue in Taiwan. In response to Taiwan’s aging society, Taipei Medical University set up the School of Gerontology in 2007 with the purpose of cultivating talents for elderly care, senior health assessment and community care project design.
Veterans Service Department of Changhua: spring and autumn outings
Nov 03.2021 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
The pandemic has abated in Taiwan recently and people have gradually got their life back on track. As a stress relief for the veterans, the Chang Yung-Fa Charity Foundation teamed up with the Veterans’ Service Department of Changhua and took the veterans out on outings, the veterans who once fought for the country. The trips and activities include boating on Sun Moon Lake, enjoying local gourmet food, paper cutting, and a dance-along session led by volunteers. The Foundation chairman, Wu Jing-Ming, joined in on the fun and everyone had a satisfying smile on the face enjoying the post-pandemic happy moments and reconnecting with society.
“Love from Evergreen to Veterans in Bagua Mountain” Mid-Autumn Festival Charity Event
Sep 15.2021 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our pace of life and quietly changed the way we interact but does not stop the Chang Yung-Fa Charity Foundation from loving and supporting those in need. In compliance with the government pandemic prevention measures, the Foundation joined forces with the Veterans’ Service Department of Changhua in a charity event in the leadup to the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Reached out to Keelung’s disadvantaged elders in Huashan Social Welfare Foundation
Jul 30.2021 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
As the pandemic alert continues, Chang Yung-Fa Charity Foundation is now in its fourth consecutive year funding the care budget for 20 solitary elders in Keelung and New Taipei City through Huashan Social Welfare Foundation. On July 30, a team of volunteers led by the Foundation’s chairman, Wu Jing-Ming, visited the elders at home and kept them company.
Donated home-care beds to Home of Honorable Citizens in Bai’he
May 07.2021 | Promote Senior Citizen Long Term Care
#Located in Bai’he, Tainan, The Home of Honorable Citizens in Bai’he is home to 300 plus elderly veterans. The beds that they slept on were mostly over 20 years old, and rundown. Their partial components are out of production and could only be replaced by models of the same grade, which might pose a hazard in use. #After assessing the situation, the Chang Yung-Fa Charity Foundation agreed to the immediate donation of 20 brand-new home-care beds. The Foundation’s chairman, Wu Jing-Ming showed up in person to express concern. The Veterans Affairs Council’s commissioner, Feng Shi-Kuan, was very thankful for the Foundation’s help to raise the care standards and make the care environments better for the elderly veterans.