As our loved ones age, they might display certain behaviours that would make caregiving more challenging. Read this article to understand the causes of difficult elderly behaviours and get some tips on how to manage them.
Mdm Meena was a full-time cook and caregiver to her husband, Mr Paul. She used to shuttle between work and home for her caregiving duties. Find out how she does it and how our Day Centre for Seniors engages Mr Paul.
A senior herself, Mdm Jeyalakshumi is the main caregiver of her mother. Find out how she provides care for her mother with the help of NTUC Health’s Home Care services and keeps herself healthy with self-care.
Many would expect one’s children to be their caregiver and take care of them when they grow old. This is not the case for Mdm Chua, who at the age of 95, is still taking on the role of caregiver for her son. Read more to find out how she does this!
Caring for a senior loved one can feel daunting and tedious. However, with the right mindset and support, it can also be a fulfilling experience. Here are five essential skills that caregivers can build to help provide better supportive care for yourself and your loved one.
Individuals who understand ADLs are better equipped to identify difficulties in their loved one’s abilities to carry out basic everyday tasks. This enables them to offer appropriate support, like modifying the environment, providing assistive devices or offering physical aid. Read our article to find out how to support your loved one today!
Based on the Enhanced Home Caregiving Grant (HCG), eligible applicants will receive either $250 or $400 per month to support their caregiving efforts. Find out more here.
We all share a desire to live life on our own terms, regardless of age. But what happens if we lose the mental capacity to make decisions for ourselves? Read our article to find out what care plans you can make!
Here’s how to choose an in-home healthcare service provider to meet your loved one’s needs and elevate quality of life!
Adults with disabilities make up for 1.5% of the Singaporean population. We can help with essential care tasks such as exercises, showering, nursing and therapy from home.
Read our guide to affordable elderly caregiving services with NTUC Health and find support from our team of professional care staff.
Difficulty in swallowing, also known as dysphagia, can lead to many other health issues in our seniors. Find out more about the symptoms of dysphagia, how to prevent it, as well as how to cope with swallowing problems.
Are you are a caregiver for a senior? Here are some tips to help you care better for your loved ones during COVID-19!
If you’re experiencing caregiver stress during COVID-19, here are four self-care tips to help you relieve stress and soothe your tired soul and body.
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