CHJ-Care Committed to Operate Community Service Station for the Aged and Drive Market Development of Service for the Aged in Beijing
On March 14, main leaders of CHJ-Care were invited to attend Workshop of National Committee on Aging for Investigating Home-based Care for the Aged in Beijing, and made a presentation about chain-based community service for the aged. Leaders at all levels expressed their approval and satisfaction to CHJ-Care’s development strategy and practical results. Wu Yushao, deputy director of National Committee on Aging, Liu Weilin, deputy secretary-general of standing committee of Beijing Municipal People’s Congress, Li Hongbing, deputy director of Beijing Municipal Civil Affairs Bureau and other leaders were present at the meeting.
By now, CHJ-Care has set up 40 community service stations for the aged, 20 of which are put in operation. All service stations are established in communities, bringing convenience to home-based care for the aged.