Community Recreation and Sports Programmes for Persons with Disabilities

Community Recreation and Sports Programmes

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Please click on the programme for more details or submit an e-application for a balloting programme. The search result will be sorted by alphabetical or numerical order by clicking on ascending icon or descending icon

Enrolment methods for programmes especially designed for persons with disabilities, please refer to the remarks.

Graphic: Computer Symbol The following enrolment method applicable only to programmes especially designed for persons with disabilities – enrol at the organizing District Leisure Services Office or any other district offices
Persons with disabilities (PWDs) should return the completed application forms, together with the valid proof to the organizing District Leisure Services Office or any other district offices to enrol the programmes especially designed for them. Each participant may be accompanied by ONE carer. Enrolment charge is free. The arrangements for accompanying carers are as follows:
Training schemes: Accompanying carers may attend class with the enrolled PWDs on the training day. Accompanying Carer’s Cards will be distributed by the instructor at the beginning of each class as identification.
Other activities: Accompanying carers are required to enrol in play-in activities with PWDs to facilitate coach and camp place arrangements. Permits, which must be presented when attending activities, will be issued to accompanying carers upon successful enrolment.

N/A: Not applicable
* means leaflets of the programmes concerned are available at the District Offices organizing the activity.
# Sequence is sorted according to the alphabetical order.
@An applicant will be regarded as a “new applicant” and can enjoy priority in enrolment if he/she has never taken a Fitness (Multi-gym) Training Course or his/her period of ineligibility has expired.
Period of Ineligibility refers to the period from the end month of the last Fitness (Multi-gym) Training Course in which he/she was enrolled, up to the end of the same month next year. For example, if an applicant was enrolled in a Fitness (Multi-gym) Training Course that ended in March 2016, the period of ineligibility would be from March 2016 to 31 March 2017.
For training courses to be enrolled on a first-come-first-served basis: Only applications made by new applicant will be accepted on the first day of enrolment. Remaining quota will be open to the public from 8:30 a.m. onward on the second day of enrolment.
For training courses to be enrolled by balloting: Priority will be accorded to new applications in allocating places. Remaining quota will be allocated to other applicants according to the balloting result.
For full version of the abbreviations above, please click here.

The information given above is extracted from the Leisure Link System of the LCSD. The data on “places left” is not real-time information, but is updated automatically three times a day at 4:00 am, 9:30 am and 3:00 pm. If you wish to check the latest enrolment information of a particular activity, please call the Leisure Link enquiry hotline on 2679 6822 or the District Leisure Services Office organising the activity.
We will, on the 15th of each month, upload to this page information on leisure activities to be held one and a half months later (e.g. information on activities in July will be made available on 15 May).