||93 Sam Mun Tsai Road, Shuen Wan, Tai Po, N.T.
||24 hours in service
||Elderly Services - Care & Attention Home
Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Shuen Wan Complex for the Elderly comprises Pao Siu Loong Care and Attention Home (Phase I), Wu York Yu Care and Attention Home (Phase II) and Wu Chiang Wai Fong Care and Attention Home (Phase III).
Our Home commenced operation in June 1994 and has a total floor area of about 5,200 sq. m.
Apart from the support of the Social Welfare Department, a generous donation of $4.93 million was received from the Wu Yee Sun Charitable Foundation Ltd. and the Wu Jieh Yee Charitable Foundation Ltd. to support the capital cost. In recognition of the generosity of the Wu brothers, the Tung Wah Board of Directors named the Home after their father as "Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Wu York Yu Care and Attention Home".
The Home is committed to providing quality service in accommodation, personal care and nursing care to those elderly who have weak health and limited self-care ability. Through the provision of professional services, diversified activities and adequate facilities under a homely environment, the residents are believed to receive holistic care by leading a meaningful and dignified living in the Home.
The Home is a three-storeyed building which is situated at a lush scenic land at Sam Mun Tsai with the Plover Cove Reservoir in close proximity and enjoying a panoramic view of Pat Sin Leng. It is fully air-conditioned, homely furnished, with tranquil courtyard and landscaped footpath and ample visitors' carpark.
There are 32 residential units (bedrooms) and each bedroom accommodates 7 to 8 residents with self-contained toilet and bathroom. Individual bedside table, wardrobe, reading light and call bell are also provided.
Physiotherapy Room, Occupational Therapy Room, Nurse Duty Rooms, Sensory Training Room, Reminiscence Corner, Sitting Area, Dining Rooms, Club Rooms, Activity Rooms, Laundry, Centre Kitchen and Central Dispensary
Elders aged 65 or above who lacks self-care ability due to poor health or illness, free from contagious disease and mentally suitable for communal living.
Those aged between 60-64 with proven needs can also apply.