HKI-SIA Completed SROI Study for Hong Kong Housing Society

In January, the Hong Kong Housing Society commissioned HKI-SIA to conduct an SROI analysis to evaluate the overall impact of the Elderly Safe Living Scheme (ESLS), a pilot project initiated by the Elderly Resource Centre of the Housing Society that seeks to raise public awareness on elderly home safety and provide free consultation service by occupational therapists on home modification to elderly people living in private housing. The aim is to minimize home safety hazards and support elders to age in place, achieve a better health and a better quality of life.

The core research work was completed by end of February and the final consultancy report was submitted in April, which provides for a comprehensive analysis of the project’s sources of social value creation. The consultancy project was concluded after HKI-SIA consultants gave a final presentation on the key findings of the SROI analysis on April 14th in which top management of the Housing Society expressed keen interest to further apply the SROI framework to other aspects of its Ageing In Place (AIP) initiative as well as in other areas of the Housing Society’s activities.

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