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Mdm Hong Chin Lien was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, leaving her family distraught. Thankfully, the Family of Wisdom programme helped the family cope better.
"Enjoy and treasure each current moment with your loved ones and continue to reach out to them. Keep yourself positive and know that every little thing you do for and with them makes a big difference to them today. Most importantly, spend meaningful time with your loved ones as this is most important to them."
Mdm Hong’s daughter
Taking care of her bedridden brother, Mr Lawrence Seet, was taking a toll on Ms Teresa Seet's own well-being.. At one point, Ms Seet felt she had no choice but to send her brother to a nursing home. With help from the Agency for Integrated Care, she was spared the painful decision.
"It gives me great joy that I am able to care for my brother in the comfort of our home."
beneficiary of Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) programme
Fernvale Gardens School is the first Special Education (SPED) school to offer a Spanish dance programme to its students. According to its principal, the programme has not only brought smiles to the students, it has taught them many valuable life values.
"We want to ensure that we are able to provide our students with opportunities that will inspire them to become more independent and give them a helping hand to integrate into society."
Fernvale Gardens School
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