How to Take Care of the Elderly?

Looking after the needs of the elderly can be physically and emotionally draining for caregivers as it requires time, commitment, and hard work. Caring for an elderly individual who suffers a health disease or a particular condition can be even more demanding as they need extra and specific attention. Here are some tips to help you care for loved ones in the comfort of your home:

Make your home safe for elderly people by having anti-scald devices and grab bars installed in the shower…

Press Release – LegCo Advises to Take Measures to Meet Rising Elder Care Needs

Since the early 1970s, Foreign Domestic Helpers (FDH) are an integral part of Hong Kong society but today more than ever: in 20 years the number of Domestic Helpers doubled representing today 11% of local households. Philippine and Indonesian people represent 95% of the FDHs, resulting in a significant rise of the contribution to the Indonesian and Filipino economies over the last years.

 

Even if currently childcare is the primary duty of foreign domestic helpers, the…

Elderly Care in Singapore

Singapore is experiencing an ageing phenomenon as the growth in population is slowing down. According to estimates, 1 in 5 Singaporeans will be aged 65 or more by 2030. This trend is also responsible for structural changes in support and healthcare needs for senior citizens who are now, more than ever, enjoying increased life expectancy.

Care options in Singapore are multiple – ranging from community care, nursing care to home care. The past years have seen a constant increase…