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Peace of Mind in Challenging Times

In response to the social unrest in Hong Kong, Elderly Health Service of the Department of Health produced a series of animation consisting of six episodes to help the elderly maintain mental health during this period of time. The animation explains common stress reactions arising from the social unrest and suggests some strategies to cope with them.


Being wise and adaptive

In this episode ‘Being wise and adaptive’, we will share a scenario in which an elder is afraid of going out due to the social unrest and the mood disturbance resulting from reduced social participation.

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Share what we care

In this episode ‘Share what we care’, we will share a scenario in which an elder is feeling worried and angry because he cannot persuade his adult son not to take part in a procession.

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Rethink about stress

In this episode ‘Rethink about stress’, we will share a scenario in which two elders are worried about their adult children’s stress and burden at work due to the social unrest.

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Relate and respect

In this episode ‘Relate and respect’, we will share a scenario in which an elder argues with his grandson due to differences in standpoints.

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Comfort is just around the corner

In this episode ‘Comfort is just around the corner’, we will share a scenario in which three elders suffer from emotional disturbance after encountering unexpected incidents.

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Wipe those worries away

In this episode ‘Wipe those worries away’, we will share a scenario in which an elder develops symptoms of generalized anxiety due to the social unrest.

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