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会议议程及纪录 服务发展常设委员会
14/15年度第1次会议

日期: 2014/12/05
时间: 14:15
地点: 香港湾仔轩尼诗道15号温莎公爵社会服务大厦2楼203室

会议议程

1           Welcoming and Introduction

2           Terms of reference of the Standing Committee (Appendix 1)

3           Election of Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson and representative to Council Exco

4           Nomination of co-opted member for 2014-16

5           Confirmation of minutes of the last meeting for 2013-14(Appendix 2)

6           Matters arising

6.1          Public Consultation on Discrimination Law Review

 

7           For discussion

7.1          Umbrella movement

7.2          Mid-term progress of business plan 2014-15

7.3          Initial discussion on Business Plan 2015-16

 

8           For Information

8.1          2015 Best Practice Awards in Social Welfare

8.2          Progress report (Appendix 3 – to be followed)

 

9           Any other business

Date of next meeting and proposed meeting schedule for 2015



会议纪录

Minutes of the 1st meeting held on 5 December 2014 at 2:15pm in Room 203 of the Duke of Windsor Social Service Building.

 

Present:

Dr Annissa Lui (Chairperson)

Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service, Lutheran Church - Hong Kong Synod

 

Ms Sania Yau(Vice-chairperson)

New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

 

Mrs Queenie Wong

Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service - Hong Kong

 

Ms Chan Pui Yi

Hong Kong Christian Service             

 

Mr Chan Wing Kai

 

The Hong Kong Council of The Church of Christ in China

 

Ms Emily Kwong

Aberdeen Kai-Fong Welfare Association Social Service Centre

 

Ms Cindy Leung

Hong Kong Family Welfare Society

 

Ms Lam Yee Mui

The Boys' & Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong

 

Mr Yeung Chiap To

Sik Sik Yuen/ Rep of SC (ELD)

 

Mrs Winnie Wong

The Hong Kong Society for the Deaf / Rep of SC (Rehab)

 

Mr Laurence Ho

Co-opted Member

 

Ms Crystal Cheng

HKCSS

 

 

 

In-attendance:

Chua Hoi Wai (CE)

HKCSS

 

Ms Grace Chan (CO, Elderly)

HKCSS

 

Ms Karen Yiu (CO, CY)

HKCSS

 

Mr Moses Mui (CO, FC)

HKCSS

 

Mr Kuo Chun Chuen (CO, Rehab)

HKCSS

 

Ms Franki Wong (Recorder)

HKCSS

 

 

 

Apologies:

Ms Maggie Chan

Caritas – Hong Kong

 

Dr Ernest Chui

Life Members

 

Mrs Helina Yuk

 

Hong Kong SKH Lady MacLehose Centre/ Rep of SC (FC)

 

Mr Raymond Lai

 

The Salvation Army/ Rep of SC (CY)

 

1          Welcoming and Introduction

Ms Crystal Cheng welcomed all members joining the Committee.

 

2          Terms of reference of the Standing Committee

Terms of reference of the Committee was shared and adopted by the members.

 

3          Election of Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson and representative to Council Executive Committee(EXCO)

Dr Annissa Lui was elected to be the Chairperson, while Ms Sania Yau was supported to be the Vice-Chairperson. Since Dr Lui was the elected member of EXCO, Ms Yau would be the representative of Standing Committee to join EXCO.

 

4          Nomination of co-opted member for 2014-16

After the deliberation, members agreed to re-appoint Dr Lam Ching Choi of Haven of Hope Christian Service as the co-opted members of 2014-16. Dr Fung Hong, former EXCO member, was suggested to be the 2nd choice of co-opted member. Ms Crystal Cheng would make the invitation.

 

5          Confirmation of minutes of the last meeting

Minutes were confirmed without any amendment.

 

6          Matters arising

6.1         Public Consultation on Discrimination Law Review

The deadline of the public consultation was over. Both the Council and the Hong Kong Joint Council for People with Disabilities had submitted their position paper to Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC). Due to the large amount of submissions, EOC would need a year of time to review all responses.

 

7          For discussion

7.1         Umbrella movement

In response to the umbrella movement, the Council had organized two seminars for elderly and youth. It was understood that NGOs would be hard to play a role to influence the development of the social movement. But members concerned the safety of the protesters, especially the youth, when the police started the clearing action. Members also concerned on the post-event work, for examples, emotion issue, intergenerational communication, etc.

 

7.2         Mid-term progress of business plan 2014-15

Ms Crystal Cheng updated the mid-term working progress. Ms Crystal Cheng highlighted the work on premises and manpower planning. For the Special Scheme on Privately Owned Sites for Welfare Uses, proposed SoA of 4 services, including CoC, Nursing Home (NH), Hostel for Moderately Mentally Handicapped Persons (HMMH) and Special Child Care Centre (SCCC), were shared with SWD. Positive response was received from SWD and SWD showed willingness for further discussion. Besides, SWD had agreed to provide financial assistance for the pre-TFS work. For the manpower issue, a task group was formed and initial suggestions to handle the manpower shortage for OT, PT and care staff were made. Informal meetings with Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association and Hong Kong Occupational Therapy Association were held.

 

7.3         Initial discussion on Business Plan 2015-16

Ms Crystal Cheng briefly introduced the initial business plan to members. Standing Committee would be the platform to discuss cross-service issues and the need of cross-bureaux communication platform was desired. Hence the platform with SWD and cross- bureux platform would be arranged on issue-based.

 

8          For Information

8.1         2015 Best Practice Awards in Social Welfare

Organizing Committee was formed and the theme of 2015 would be “Inspiring Potential and Facilitating Collaboration for the Betterment of Society”. Vetting procedure was slighted streamed down. Each project would be required to summit a 3-page report for the 1st round adjudication while only selected projects would be invited to submit full reports for further assessment. A briefing session would be held in January 2015. Members were encouraged to join the Awards.

 

8.2         Progress report

The progress of each team was illustrated in the report.

 

9          A.O.B.

Nil

 

10       Date of next meeting and proposed meeting schedule for 2015

Next meeting would be held on 22 January 2015 (Thursday) at 2:30pm. Since some of the proposed meeting dates were clashed with specialized committee meetings, the rest of the meeting dates were to be suggested.

 


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