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Active Global featured in South China Morning Post

Submitted on Jun 27, 2016 • By admin
Active Global Specialised Caregivers featured in today's South China Morning Post, mentioning how the overseas caregivers can help alleviating the shortage on local elderly patients' caregiving service. Unfortunately, their services are constrained by the lengthy Visa application process.  Date: 27 June 2016   Full text below: Calls to add specialised visa category for caregivers coming to Hong Kong PUBLISHED : Monday, 27 June, 2016, 9:01am UPDATED : Monday, 27 June, 2016, 9:01am News›Hong Kong›Health & Environment Jennifer Ngo Specialised carers coming to Hong Kong to work for the elderly face lengthy delays as they must apply for domestic worker visas When Wong Mei-ling hobbled out of the hospital after a brain tumour operation and facing a long road to recovery, Nirmala was waiting...
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Active Global featured by RTHK

Submitted on May 11, 2016 • By admin
Steven Chiu (Hong Kong Branch Manager of Active Global Specialised Caregivers) and Emily Lam (Hong Kong Caregiving Consultant, EN of Active Global Specialised Caregivers) accepts RTHK's radio interview, describing how the company providing the most suitable overseas nurses to patients identifying by professional team, as well as some processes of supporting services (overseas nurse training courses, free consulting services by Hong Kong trained nurses) , and emphasizing the company's services is important to deal with the challenge of population ageing. Here is the detail of radio interview:  
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Active Global Featured BY NHK

Submitted on Feb 29, 2016 • By admin
We are honoured to be showcased by NHK, Japan's leading TV channel.  
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Active Global Founder Speaks at Swiss Re Annual Asia Health Symposium

Submitted on Nov 11, 2015 • By admin
Active Global’s Founder and CEO, Ms Yorelle Kalika, will be one of the speakers in the Asia Health Symposium this November. This year the symposium will be held in Hong Kong with the focus of "Bridging the Gap in Aged HealthCare Solutions”. Date: 19 Nov 2015 Location: The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong For more detail:
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Prime Time TV report in Hong Kong

Submitted on Oct 15, 2015 • By admin
Active Global's professional overseas caregivers are featurered in a Money Magazine programme by the city's major TV station, raising awarenes of the vital difference andadvantage of professional care.  
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Active Global Caregiver Saves Patient Life

Submitted on Oct 07, 2015 • By admin
Mohini Therapalli, an experienced Bachelor Nurse from India introduced by Active Global, performed CPR at a critial moment, saving her patient's life. This further proves the importance of having a professional caregiver to take care of patients especially in a domestic enviornment. For more sharing:    
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Active Global Launches New Sri Lankan Recruiting Office

Submitted on Sep 09, 2015 • By admin
Active Global's New Sri Lankan recruiting office was launched on the 28th August, 2015. With the new office in Sri Lanka, Active Global will be attracting even more professional nurses and other medical professional to work in both Singapore and Hong Kong. Over 100 potential qualified candidates attended the first Recruitment Day on the first day of its opening.  
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Active Global Featured by CNBC

Submitted on Jul 03, 2015 • By admin
As Asia ages, entrepreneurs rush in Singaporean entrepreneur Serene Tan first noticed a gaping hole in Asia's senior care market when she was a college student. The developer of GlydeSafe - an intuitive walking aid for the elderly - observed that firms who provided goods and services for the elderly were lacking a personalized, customer-based approach. "The silver market is underserved because the local landscape of health care and retail is dominated by a few large players who operate a traditional business model of importing from overseas. This inhibits creativity," Tan, director of Sorgen, which develops GlydeSafe, told CNBC. "If we want to improve the standard of living, we have to identify problems instead of using rehashed solutions." With funding of $150,000 from private and public enterprise agencies, Tan's elderly-friendly mobility devices were launched across Singapore in 2013 after being tested out in hospitals. The business h...
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Submitted on Jun 10, 2015 • By admin
HONG KONG, June 2, 2015 – The latest unfortunate incident of the maltreatment of an eldercare home should force us to rethink our conventional approach of elderly care. We should focus more on professionalising aging-in-place instead of just relying on old-age-homes and domestic helpers. Elderly people often have to wait for years before obtaining the so-called “subsidized beds” in old-age-homes. Many of them literally could not outlast the wait as more than 5,000 elderly people died while waiting to entre care-homes. With the aging population, this number is like to go up in the coming decade. There are high-end old-age-homes available to the privileged few as the monthly fees can often go above HK$30,000, effectively pricing the bulk of the senior population out of the picture. In the last fiscal year, the government spent close to HK$6 billion on elderly services. While the Social Welfare Department funds numerous community home-care services throughout the territory, the se...
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Elderly-care home faces heat over residents’ right to privacy

Submitted on May 28, 2015 • By admin
"What would happen to the elderly residents if the elder-care home licenses are revoked?" I believe the SWD is well aware of this ominous implication behind this question. The real problems are really just land and the lack of professionals. I suspect almost half of the HK$9,000 monthly bed fee goes to paying the rent and staff, which is going nowhere but up. Subsidising the elderly-care homes by using taxpayers' money hasn't been solving the issue either. As elder-care homes' ability to pay rent increases, so do the rents and staff cost. 4 out of 10 elder-care homes' front-line staff only received 40 hours of training. This begs the question of front-line workers' practical and mental ability to serve in the caregiving industry, which requires a lot of patience. We believe the true solution lies in professionalising the home-care industry (not care home), by tapping into the surplus of overseas nurses and trained professional caregivers to take care of the elderly at their own homes. It...
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