With effective social service programmes, our service users were empowered to live autonomously, improve their work capacity, and develop their personal potential. These are some examples of what it means to measure impact by the social dimension – PERSONAL POTENTIAL.
CAPACITY to work:
A person with disability is supported through work training to develop the necessary skills that enable him or her to be employed in the workforce.
A person with mental health conditions has built stronger self-esteem and positive feelings with the support from rehabilitation services or counselling.
A senior is supported to make his or her own decisions in day-to-day choices and to live independently within the community.