Celebrating the unsung heroes in caregiving

A new community online portal that shares the stories of caregivers and provides them with as much information to help them care for their loved ones.

Jade Circle revived

After some “administrative hurdles in 2015”, the new nursing home for those with dementia is expected to be ready in 2019 and with further features.

First nursing home becomes a Go-To Point

There are now 13 Go-To Points in Yishun for lost seniors with dementia.

The newest kid on the block

Coddle offers medical accompaniment as well as befriending for seniors.

Gard game to fight dementia

Twenty-six-old comes up with initiative to plug gap in home-based activities.

NTUC inks deal with Caregiver Asia

The two agreements include providing caregiver services as well as training and employment opportunities.

A kueh lapis of activities

A senior activity book for families and caregivers to share with seniors.

A community of care

The Silver Caregivers Co-operative launches a mentor-mentee programme so new caregivers don’t have to walk alone.

Patient, caregiver & volunteer

Michael Wong, a recipient of the 2016 Singapore Patient Caregiver Award, is a cancer survivor who juggles his roles as a volunteer at TTSH and caregiving his wife who has dementia.

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.