Love.No.Limit Dementia Friendly Program

Love.No.Limit Dementia Friendly Program

  • Population aging is a global phenomenon and there is pressing need to tackle social issues and challenges faced by the elderly living with dementia. In 2021, Hang Lung partnered with the Hong Kong Young Women’s Christian Association (HKYWCA) to launch a three-year scheme – the Hang Lung x HKYWCA Love·No·Limit Dementia Friendly Program to offer support to dementia patients and their carers, and to build an inclusive, dementia-friendly environment in the community.

Dementia Patients and Carers Reached

Hours of Volunteer Service

Hours of Volunteer and Staff Training

Staff Members Trained as Dementia Friends

Individuals Benefitting from Free Brain Health Consultations and Cognitive Testing Services

Program Highlights


Dementia Friends Training for Front-line Staff

To equip our staff with a recognized skillset, the Program provides training for near 300 of our frontline staff so that they can offer appropriate assistance to those in need in their daily work. Colleagues completing the training course will become “Dementia Friends” a designation recognized by the Social Welfare Department.


Volunteer Training

Hang Lung As One volunteers learn to lead the “Five Senses Training” session and equip themselves to become trainers using the tool kit to help elderly dementia patients to train-up their senses to enhance their daily lives.


Art Workshops for Patients and Carers

Art-jamming activities engage volunteers and elderly dementia patients along with their families in a creative artistic expression experience that will help train their cognitive abilities. The finished works of art are exhibited in a public showcase at Hang Lung malls for Community Inclusion Day.


Support Programs for Carers

Volunteers will chat and interact with the carers of dementia patients while engaging in the experiential activities and art workshops together. It is hoped that such interactive sessions will lift the burdens of the carers, provide them with some time to relax, and open up their social networks.


Community Inclusion Day at Hang Lung malls

We showcase artworks created by the elderly living with dementia to demonstrate their different abilities, and provide free cognitive testing and brain health consultations to the public and referral services for those in need.

The vision of turning dementia unawareness into dementia-friendliness calls for cooperation between three parties, namely, the government, social welfare organizations and the commercial sector. I am very grateful that Hang Lung Properties has spared no effort in promoting dementia friendliness, as reflected by the ‘Love·No·Limit’ Dementia Friendly Program, which is now in its third year.

Ms. Rebecca Koo Kwok Lai

District Social Welfare Officer (Kwun Tong), Social Welfare Department

I believe the world will be a better place if everyone shows their support to dementia patients and their carers. I am grateful that the Company provides us with training so that we can have a better understanding of their needs and enhance our own communication skills.

Hang Lung Front-line Staff, Winco Lam

Senior Guest Service Supervisor, The Summit