Smart Care Lab 3.0:Smart Care Worker Volunteer Recruitment!

Programme introduction

The "Smart Care Lab 3.0" programme introduces experiments related to cognitive impairment and rehabilitation treatment and applies them to home care services, aiming to provide appropriate care and assistance for the elderly suffering from dementia or stroke sequelae and their families.

Currently, 50 golden-age volunteers are being recruited to serve as Smart Care Workers. They will learn to use smart care technology and rehabilitation treatment tools to provide "Social Prescribing" service support for the elderly who are ageing at home. The programme's professional team provides training and employment opportunities so that they can add new impetus to the labour market and develop the golden agers to become a "new force in the labour market."

Let us work together to bring warmth and care to the elderly in the community!

Volunteer recruitment requirements

  • Golden agers (over 45 years old)
  • Know how to use smartphones and tablets, and have a basic understanding of IT products
  • Willing to help teach the elderly and caregivers how to use smart ageing technology
  • Good writing skills
  • Have experience in volunteer service for the elderly


Registration method

The programme is free of charge. After successful registration, our staff will contact you and conduct an interview selection process.

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Deadline: June 3, 2024

Notification of successful registration: June 11, 2024

Quota: 50 people



  • Volunteers must attend all training and services
  • Volunteers need to provide services in the homes of the elderly
  • During the event, we will take videos and photos for record purposes
  • After completing the training, participants will be issued a volunteer certificate by Golden Age Foundation


Event date and content

July 2024 to March 2025 (including 10 consecutive weeks)


(1) Training

Before carrying out volunteer activities, we will provide 4 training sessions.

Date June 25-28, 2024
Time 2pm - 4pm
Place To be determined
Training content
  1. Introduction to the Golden Age Foundation
  2. Development of residential care homes for the elderly and residential care homes for persons with disabilities industry
  3. Changes in physical and mental health, common diseases and needs of the elderly
    • Stroke
    • Dementia
    • Home safety for the elderly
  4. Nursing skills training (daily care for the elderly, pressure ulcers and their care, measuring and recording vital signs, basic knowledge of medications, infection control)
  5. Basic skills for communicating with elders with dementia
  6. Design thinking and event planning
  7. Smart age technology application
  8. Case record work training


(2) On-site visiting activities

After volunteers participating in the programme training, they will be arranged in stages to conduct 10 consecutive home visits per week in the homes of elderly people suffering from dementia and stroke sequelae.

More details of the visit will be announced later.


The organiser reserves the final right to make changes to programme content and arrangements.

If you have any enquiries, please contact us via the following methods: