Find out what to expect, depending on the condition of the person you’re caring for.
Differentiate facts from myths, and learn how you can support them.
Understand the condition better, and find out what you should take note of.
Help your loved one ease back into everyday life with home modifications and rehabilitation.
You may need to make adjustments to accommodate the needs of your loved one.
Plan early to make sure the home is conducive for a smoother recovery.
Remove any potential hazards so your loved one can move around safely.
Speak to the doctor to learn about the types of assistive devices that help your loved one live more comfortably.
Learn how to care for your loved one better.
Get an overview of the training courses and support schemes available.
Essential training to care for your loved one based on their mobility condition.
Training programme to care for seniors aged 65 years and above.
Reduce uncertainty and stress by planning ahead.
Learn how to recognise a medical emergency situation so you can remain calm and take control.
Get financial planning tips and check if you’re eligible for financial assistance.
Help your loved one plan for the future by recording their care preferences, making a legal will, and more.