Programme & Videos from SRN-hosted Symposium, “Ageing in Place”

22 November, 2012

On 9 October 2012, the SRN hosted a symposium titled “Ageing in Place,” where academic researchers studying ageing, community practitioners and advocates for the elderly contributed to the discussion on how Singapore can meet the challenge of caring the aged today and in the future. Video footage from the event is now available for viewing on YouTube.

You can view the detailed programme booklet below.

 

The introduction to the event is available through the link: Introduction

Dean Brenda Yeoh’s welcome remarks are available through the link: Welcome Remarks

Dr. Amy Khor’s opening address is available through the link: Opening Address

A/P Paulin Straughan’s talk, “Revisiting Family based Living Arrangements for the Elderly”, is available through the link: Revisiting Family based Living arrangements for the Elderly

Dr. Hong Song-Iee’s talk, “An environmental ageing study for older adults living alone to facilitate ageing in place”, is available through the link:

2012 Singapore Research Nexus–“Environmental Ageing Study for Older Adults Living Alone”

A/P Phua Kai Hong’s talk, “Development in Long Term Care Delivery and Financing”, is available through the following link:

2012 Singapore Research Nexus–“Developments in Long Term Care Delivery and Financing

 

A/P Chia Ngee Choon’s talk, “No Place Like Home–Ageing in Place Among Homeowners in Singapore”, is available through the link:

2012 Singapore Research Nexus–“No Place Like Home Ageing in Place Among Homeowners in Singapore

A/P Angelique Chan’s talk, “Ageing in Place: Managing chronic disease within the community (SCOPE)”, is available through the following link:

2012 Singapore Research Nexus–“Ageing in Place Managing Chronic Diseases within the community

Dr. Seet Ai Mee’s talk, “Hospice Care in Singapore–Reflections on the Challenges Ahead”, is available through the link:

2012 Singapore Research Nexus–“Hospice Care in Singapore Reflections on the Challenges Ahead

A/P Phua Kai Hong moderated a panel discussion, which is available through the link:

2012 Singapore Research Nexus–Discussion