THE CLINIC COLLABORATED WITH HKSEDS TO ENHANCE THE ATMOSPHERE OF SOCIAL CARING
In Hong Kong, surprisingly there are not many clinics welcome guide dog. Therefore, it is hard for blind people to see doctors. We hope to open up more channels for guide dogs to enhance the life of the blind people.
The CLINIC is now in collaboration with HKSEDS and welcomes all the Seeing Eye Dog, the visually impaired, the disabled and their trainers. At 19 February, 2019, the CLINIC invited Mr. Raymond Cheung, the chairman of Hong Kong Seeing Eye Dog and the Seeing Eye Dog to have a visit at the CLINIC. HKSEDS's mission is to empower Hong Kong people to pay more attention to socially vulnerable groups and understand the needs of the physically or mentally impaired communities, same as the CLINIC, we hope to enhance the atmosphere of social caring can make Hong Kong a better city.
The Seeing Eye Dog was at the CLINIC.
Mr. Alan Lai, the founder of the CLINIC and Mr. Raymond Cheung, the chairman of HKSEDS pictured at the CLINIC with the Seeing Eye Dog.
Mr. Alan Lai, the founder of the CLINIC pictured with the Seeing Eye Dog at the CLINIC.
The CLINIC is in collaboration with HKSEDS.
About the CLINIC
The CLINIC combines cutting edge eye-rejuvenate technology and a wide range of non-invasive cosmetic dermatology tailored to each modern, stylish and skin-savvy individual. “Our philosophy is to artistically enhance & refine your appearance in a subtle way that others will only notice a fresher, more youthful-looking you.” the CLINIC said.
We believe beauty has a significant effect on self-esteem and confidence, everyone can express themselves by the way they dress, they look and the way they live. The pursuit of beauty is a lifestyle.
HKSEDS was established on January 11, 2012 as a registered non-profit organization in Hong Kong. Their main focus is breeding and training Seeing Eye Dog in Hong Kong and provide the well-trained Seeing Eye Dog to suitable visually impaired people for free. To localize and sustain Seeing Eye Dog Services in Hong Kong for visually impaired people, HKSEDS focus on training local trainers to make these professions rooted in Hong Kong. Through the services, they hope to enhance the atmosphere of social caring and to nurture the concept of animal protection. Additionally, they would like to empower Hong Kong people to pay more attention to socially vulnerable groups and understand the needs of the physically or mentally impaired communities.
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