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Investing in the Ageing Boom Conference, 13 – 14 October 2011

The 'Investing in the Ageing Boom Conference' is dedicated to bringing together business leaders and government officials to discuss this huge potential market and how to deliver top qulity and personalised services from housing, healthcare to technology. A survey of 200 participants and guests, who attended the 2011 Conference on 'Investing in the Ageing Boom', [...]

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Age Friendly 2012

Towards an Age-Friendly World Conference, 6 – 7 September 2012 Conference Summary A survey of 315 participants and guests, who attended the 2012 Conference on ‘Towards an Age-Friendly World’, September 6 & 7, had rated the overall quality of the conference with an average of 5.1 out of 6. The survey reveals that more than [...]

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BOTH SIDES, NOW… Living Well, Leaving Well

Below are "BOTH SIDES, NOW... Living Well, Leaving Well" videos that you can watch. "Departing : Dr Wong & Father" ( subtitles : english & chinese ) from BOTH SIDES, NOW on Vimeo. "Some Things Lost, Some Things Gained" excerpts from BOTH SIDES, NOW ( english subtitles) / Shown at KTPH through dec 8 2013 [...]

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Ageless in Singapore – Re-engAGE! Conference 2014

The re-engAGE! Conference focused on CHANGING MINDSETS in the way we look at age and ageing in the workplace, at home, and in society. We need to change the way we look at, talk about, and handle ‘seniors’ and the impact they have on society. There is a need for creating new images of ageing, [...]

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Living Victoriously: Taking a Matured Approach To End of Life Care

Let’s work together to change the way we die. On the 24th of November 2014, we held a highly experiential, interactive, and practical 1-day seminar on finishing well, by living well. You will: 1. Discover the diverse mindsets and strategies to living well 2. Discover the current and hidden community resources in end-of-life care, and [...]

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Dementia is Everybody’s Business

Dementia is Everybody's Business is a specially designed educational and networking session on the multidisciplinary approach in the management of dementia, including pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical management of patients, caregivers’ support, and planning the future of dementia care. During this seminar, you will: 1. Find out the latest research, medicines treatment on delaying and managing [...]

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Frailty is a Medical Condition, Not a Necessary Part of Ageing

Join us on the 4th July for a highly experiential, interactive, and practical 1-day seminar on how to use a multidisciplinary approach to prevent and reverse frailty. Learn from a panel of expert researchers: 1. Evidence-based findings that define an important geriatric problem. 2. Strategies for preventive and therapeutic approaches to reversing frailty. 3. Nutrition [...]

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ACP is Everybody’s Business

ACP is Everybody's Business is a highly experimental, interactive, and practical 2-day seminar on how to have the conversation on how we want to end of life care, the Singapore way. At the end of the seminar, you will: 1. Be an ACP advocate 2. Enhance your skills further as a trained advocate 3. Participate [...]

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Innovative prototyping

Singapore is the world’s third fastest ageing nation. By 2030, there will be 900,000 older adults (aged 65 years and above). As the Singapore population ages, it is essential that eldercare services be provided in the context of "social infrastructure" to support families in playing a role in making our seniors feel integrated in society. [...]

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Design of community projects that encourage older adults to be active, contributive and engaged

We purposefully design programmes that align with our mission: ACTIVE | self development How can we encourage older adults to live active and flourishing lifestyles? CONTRIBUTIVE | giving to the community How can we empower older adults to contribute to the community both socially (e.g. volunteering) and economically (e.g. working in retirement)? ENGAGED | the [...]

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