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COMNET Senior Service (COMNET), abbreviated from Community Network, has its humble beginnings from the Befriending Service, initiated in 2007. COMNET’s mission is to support vulnerable and low-income seniors to live independently and actively in the community. It aims to empower seniors to seek life satisfaction with the support of community resources. COMNET operates a total of seven Senior Activity Centres (Rental) (SAC-R) and a Senior Group Home in Sengkang. These centres are supported by case management services under the Senior Activity Centres (Cluster Support) (SAC-CS), Community Case Manager Service (CCMS), Community Resource Engagement and Support Team (CREST) and Befriending Service.
Blk 420 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10 #01-1143 S560420
MindCare is a community mental health service within AMKFSC. MindCare aims to respond to the increasing needs for community mental health support. Our team of helping professionals in the community seek to promote mental health resiliency among the clients we serve. Our service is open to all residents residing within Ang Mo Kio, Sin Ming, Bishan, Sengkang and Punggol estates. MindCare provides the following services: Assessment & Screening of mental health issues Psychoeducation for clients and caregivers Case management Psychological support Counselling Group therapy Caregiver support Referral to mental health services Consultation Training
Blk 643 Ang Mo Kio Ave 5 #01-3001 S560643
Anglican Community services provides care to those in need.
375 Race Course Rd Singapore 218644 Race Course Rd, Singapore 218644
Singapore Anglican Community Services (SACS) envisions to reach out to those in need with love, and be a beacon of light that shines through their darkness. The work of SACS serves the community through three pillars of services.
20 Buangkok View, Blk 4, Singapore 534194
Started in 2016, Integrated Home and Day Care Centre (IHDC) operates via a person-centric model that provides comprehensive home-based and centre-based care for seniors. It aims to delay the institutionalisation of seniors in nursing homes. By providing support in ageing at home, seniors can continue pursuing activities that they enjoy, allowing them to maintain their independence and autonomy within their communities. Key activities include: Case management and care coordination Day care services including social activities and maintenance rehabilitation Home care and support Dementia care like cognitive exercises and maintenance activities Caregiver training and support After-hours helpline
Blk 123 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6 #01-4011 S560123
The Association for Music Therapy (Singapore), AMTS, (UEN T07SS0236E) is the professional association for music therapists in Singapore. AMTS was formally registered with Singapore Registry of Societies on 19 September 2007. AMTS is also an organisational member of the World Federation of Music Therapy since 2009. Our Vision All people to have access to quality Music Therapy Services in Singapore. Our Mission To lead the nation in the progress of Music Therapy as a Regulated Allied Health Profession through education and advocacy. Our History The Association for Music Therapy Singapore (AMTS) was founded on 19 September 2007, with eleven members. They were Audrey Ruyters, Chen Hsueh-Lien, Clara Chong, Daphne Phua, Loi Wei Ming (Treasurer), May Clulee, Melanie Kwan (Secretary), Ng Wang Feng (President), Pamela Fisher, Patsy Tan, and Tan Xueli. During the first decade, the initial task was to educate the Singapore public about music therapy and to clear up misconceptions about the field. AMTS also aimed then, and continues to serve as an organisational agency for music therapists based in Singapore. In 2017, AMTS reached its first decade-milestone, and celebrated with a timeline commemorating this achievement!
The National Council of Social Service (NCSS) has launched a chatbot to encourage mental health sufferers to seek help. It was launched for the first time as part of its “Beyond the Label” campaign. McCann Worldgroup Singapore, which was the creative agency behind the campaign, helped to develop the Facebook Messenger chatbot named “Belle” together with AI technology partner AiChat. It connects youth, adults and seniors to mental health resources and helplines, as well as educate the public with tips on how to interact and support persons with mental health conditions.
Integrity – We conduct ourselves in an open, honest and ethical manner. Respect – We value people’s individual differences and right to dignity. Kindness – We care deeply about people’s well-being and seek ways to add happiness to their lives. Compassion – We serve with empathy and empower people with the tools they need to enjoy healthier lives. Happiness – We promote happier living through the embodiment of happiness. Launched in 2012, Brahm Centre is a registered charity that aims to promote happier and healthier living – focusing on proactive actions to empower individuals to help themselves in staying physically and mentally well. We are a full member of the National Council of Social Services and an Institution of Public Character (UEN 200200167M). All donations are 250% tax deductible. We offer many science-based mindfulness programs to reduce stress and enhance well-being. Our clients include healthcare agencies, schools and corporations. Weekly health talks conducted by healthcare professionals and qualified speakers are offered for free to the public. We have a care management team that is supported by a group of trained volunteers. Working closely with the Agency for Integrated Care and the Ministry of Health, we provide support to vulnerable elderly […]
71 Irrawaddy Road, Ren Ci Hospital#03-09 S329562