A new initiative by the Council for Third Age to get active seniors to help the less active ones adopt a more exciting lifestyle.
The ACES Club, which is mirrored from AARP in the US, is hoping to get older adults to remain relevant and a source of inspiration for their community.
A senior who is engaged with activities tends to be both healthier and happier. As such, four NTU students have made it their mission to keep more seniors active.
Thomas Lim believes that keeping seniors active and connected to the community is a good way to stave off loneliness.
Believing that one shouldn’t stop learning even at 80, a 67-year-old starts a community of learners so to keep minds active as long as possible.
A new initiative has been launched that provides seniors with IT advice and troubleshooting.
An ex-nursing home manager from the UK has recently introduced an app that keeps seniors socially-connected.
Though old-age brings its share of medical issues, it also brings its share of amusement as this writer experienced.
Belinda Thia shares her working experience in the Housekeeping Department at Crowne Plaza Changi Airport. The hotel recently got the “Caring Employer” award by the Singapore Compact for CSR for employing persons with disabilities (PWD) as well as matured workers.
Change is necessary as we age and it is not something to fear.