Mental Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Elderly Centres

Before Omicron broke out, Happytime had applied for a social innovation fund to provide diversified creative art therapy services for elderly centers and day care centers, including expressive art therapy, music therapy and drama therapy. Unfortunately, the application was not accepted. The rampage of Omicron has caused a huge transformation in nursing homes and senior centers. More than 95% of centers have been infected, including many staff and seniors. The mortality rate of seniors in homes is one of the highest in the world, and the situation is extremely serious.

Happytime, like everyone else, saw that the front-line medical care was overwhelmed. In addition to dealing with the epidemic, there are incredible amount of rehabilitation work and the mental illness urgently needs therapy services. In view of this, Happytime organized a team of therapists to provide omni therapy services for elderly centres in Hong Kong. If you are interested, please contact us.

Experienced Creative Therapist Team

Creative Music Therapy
Music Therapy

Music therapist Hugo Wong works with adults and children affected by emotions, trauma and stress (e.g. bereavement, emotionally ill, affected by domestic violence), cancer patients, mentally handicapped, dementia patients, school children with special educational needs, and others. Caregivers also provide music therapy experiential workshops for different institutions. Hugo believes that we can all connect our inner emotions with others through music and sound, and increase the possibility of expression. Compared with language alone, we can more effectively decompress, express and explore ourselves at another level.

Expressive art

Expressive art instructor Angie Lee led the participants to awaken their five senses and inspire their imaginations. They can create easily without knowing any artistic skills. Whether you are a kindergartener or a student in your 80s, build your confidence and enjoy it!

Drama Therapy

Drama therapist Larry Ng uses one person, one story theatre (Playback Theatre) as an impromptu public interactive theatre form. There is no predetermined script for its performances. Through the personal experience, voluntary sharing of feelings and stories from live audiences, he will host the performances. Under the guidance of people, actors and musicians immediately use simple and systematic performance forms to present the story and send the performance back to the storyteller and all audiences.

Mental Rehabilitation Services

Happytime saw that the front-line medical care was overwhelmed. In addition to dealing with the epidemic, there were many rehabilitation work and the pain left by spiritual trauma, which urgently needed treatment services. Happytime has organized a team of therapists to provide multi-psychological treatment services for elderly centres. If you are interested, please contact us.

Nursing homes and elderly care centres, providing multi-psychological services

  • Music therapists create impromptu music as needed, write songs, listen to music and imagination, discuss favorite tracks, grooves, vocals, conversations, and more
  • The expressive art instructor leads the expressive art workshop in a relaxed way, inspiring new thinking, so that participants who do not know art skills can enjoy the aesthetic experience.
  • Playback Theatre is an impromptu public interactive theatre form. There is no pre-determined script for its performance. Through the oral experience of the live audience, the feelings and stories shared voluntarily, in the host's performance. Under the guidance, the actors and musicians immediately use a simple and systematic form of performance to present the story and send the performance back to the storyteller and all audiences.

FAQ

We have a free 15-20 minute phone conversation to understand your needs and ideas, and the training design will be tailored to your abilities and goals.

Spiritual rehabilitation therapy is to enrich the communication elements of the client through music, art or drama, deepen the conversation process, and achieve therapeutic goals for the client under a relationship of mutual trust.

The outbreak of Omicron has caused a huge transformation in residential care homes and elderly centers. So far, more than 80% of the residential care homes have been infected, including many staff and the elderly. The mortality rate of the elderly in residential homes is one of the highest in the world. Extremely severe. Spiritual rehabilitation therapy effectively relieves the pain left by the spiritual trauma.

 

Both, the private one-to-one lessons will be 100% tailored to the needs and abilities of the elderly trainees, and the group lessons will be adjusted according to the needs of the elderly group members.

Both are available, depending on the epidemic control situation and safety considerations.

The course takes four lessons as a unit and needs to be completed within the specified time.

After completing the 12 sessions, the therapist will provide the participant with a detailed observation report and assessment.

After understanding the requirements of the organization, Happytime will provide a proposal and quotation for mental rehabilitation.

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Music Therapist

Hugo Wong

Registered Music Therapist with the British Association of Health and Nursing Professionals
Professional member of the UK and Hong Kong Music Therapists Association
MSc in Music Therapy, Angrus King University, UK
Member of the European Musical Mind Navigation Association

Hugo's clients include adults and children with emotional, trauma and stress distress (such as bereavement, emotional illness, affected by domestic violence), cancer patients, people with intellectual disabilities, people with dementia, children with special educational needs and their care It also provides music therapy experiential workshops for different institutions. Hugo believes that we can all connect our inner emotions with others through music and sound, and increase the possibility of expression. Compared with language alone, we can more effectively decompress, express and explore ourselves at another level.

Expressive Arts Instructor

Angie Lee

Leader of Expressive Arts, Master of Psychology minor in Expressive Art Therapy at Swiss European Institute, Instructor of Harmony Pastel in Japan, MBA from HKUST, BA from CUHK, Graduated from Bethel Christian Mission School in the United States, recovering from cancer , was a senior executive of a multinational listed company. He has rich life experience. He likes to lead expressive art workshops in a relaxed way, inspire new thinking, and allow participants who do not know art skills to enjoy the aesthetic experience.

Drama Therapist

Larry Ng

Qualified Drama Therapist (P-RDT, NADTA) and Registered Hypnotherapist (IMDHA), also an internationally recognized Feldenkrais Method mind-body instructor, and Jeremy Krauss Approach therapist (a physical approach to assisting children with developmental disabilities) . He has also received professional certificate training in Satir Model Family Therapy and Psychodrama.

In terms of art, he has received full-time professional training in physical theatre and mime; in terms of academics, he has studied Philosophy (BA, MPhil), Drama Education (MEd) and Sociology (PhD Candidacy) in graduate schools, and has done teaching and research work8 year.

In terms of psychotherapy, since 2011, as a therapist, he has served adolescents and children with special learning needs (SEN) in schools, adolescents in high-risk situations in the home, and in social welfare institutions and private case services due to children's special conditions. Stressed parents and other adults with emotional distress as well as other mental health conditions (anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, addiction, etc.)