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Image of Healthy Ageing Zone :Interactive computer games are used to test the body function of the elderly, including cognitive, visual, hearing and balancing abilities as well as bone density.

Healthy Ageing Zone

In the Healthy Ageing Zone, interactive computer games are used to test the body function of the elderly, including cognitive, visual, hearing and balancing abilities as well as bone density.

Interactive computer games include:
Cognitive Station Test your cognitive ability using the Hong Kong Computerised Cognitive Screening (CoCoSc) assessment tool.
Mobility Station and Reaching Station In this walking and stretching exercise game, you will do a standardised timed walk test, balance test, and range of motion test.
Hearing Station Test your sensitivity to sounds of various frequencies and intensities.
Visual Station Receive an eyesight and macular degeneration test using the Snellen chart and Amsler grid.
Health Station Check your blood pressure, blood oxygen level, heart rate, BMI and other indicators.
Bone Station Receive an ultrasound test to evaluate bone density.

Adaptive Housing Zone

The simulated age-friendly living space displays age friendly home design and products.

Information Corner

The Reference Library has approximately 1000 reference books, journals and audio-visual items designed for elderly services and professional use, covering various diseases, age-friendly home designs, diets and other topics.

Healthy and Safety Living Exhibition

Using interactive game and thematic exhibition to introduce key issues for healthy and safety living for the elderly.