The Hong Kong Society For The Deaf (New Territories Multi-service centre)

Unverified non-profit organisation

The Hong Kong Society For The Deaf was set up in 1968. It aims to provide comprehensive and professional services of the highest standard to ensure equalization of opportunities for the hearing impaired, and to promote self-development, self-actualization and self-sufficient and integration of hearing impaired persons.

The Society undertakes projects of publicity, education, recreation, counselling, clinical, audiological and medical services for the hearing impaired; and to assist or cooperate with any institution. It also works towards improving the educational standards for the hearing impaired, to provide scholarship and special equipment for the hearing impaired as well as to provide guidance for parents of hearing impaired children. The Society also informs the public about the problems and needs of the hearing impaired, to give necessary information to hearing impaired persons and their families about institutions and services available to them, and to exchange information among institutions serving the hearing impaired and to promote the concept of and to take steps to work towards the integration of the hearing impaired with the public.


Year established


Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

Less than 500,000

Further information

About this organisation

Regions / countries / territories

Asia: China - Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region)

Global issues

Disability issues

Business sectors

Community and social services