Caregiving

Asian meals for those with dysphagia

Changi General Hospital is working with Health Food Matters to produce and market meals in the Asia-Pacific region.

Diapers in a jiffy

Looking for an easier, more convenient way to buy diapers and to buy in bulk? There are a number of local online companies that help you do just that.

Activities to engage those with dementia

With dementia rising, caregivers need all the ideas they can to continue to engage their carers and stimulate their minds.

Unsung heroes

The inaugural Singapore Patient Action Awards highlight the sacrifices and tough journey caregivers go through.

A little care for silver caregivers

To address a growing pool of caregivers looking after their ageing parents, a cooperative has been set up to give them much-needed support.

A little help

NTUC Health offers a number of services at home to caregivers who need some support.

Dementia activities for your loved one

Six options to encourage engagement.

Finding respite at night

The only programme in Singapore that offers a night care service for those with dementia in a nursing home setting, the programme provides activities to clients and respite for caregivers.

Seeking care anytime, anywhere

Portal for careseekers looking for help and for those seniors looking for that second career.

Tough to swallow

Dysphagia affects a number of older adults and for caregivers, there are several approaches to ease the problem.

Guidebook for caregivers

A resource of information to assist caregivers throughout the entire journey of caregiving from health to sickness.

Living before leaving

An end-of-life roadshow sheds light about palliative and hospice care in light of the lack of awareness.

Burden no more

A woman opens up about her early struggles and frustration with her mother who has dementia to where she is today, more in control.

Getting mum or dad to try adult diapers without starting World War III

Seven practical tips to approaching your parents in a dignified way.

Developing cooperative relationships in caregiving

Caregiving can’t be done alone and will need family members involved. However, having a cooperative relationship amongst the family can be hard.