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General

Bo Tien Day Activity Centre for the Elderly was set up as an extension of our commitment to serve the elderly who are ambulant and do not require institutional care. The Centre is community-based, daytime programmes that offer supportive help to the elderly while their family members are at work. The Centre was officially opened on 17 April 1999 at Blk 125 Pending Road.

Objective:

Provide day care services for the elderly to reduce the burden and stress experienced by the caregivers
Enable the elderly to maintain an optimal level of functioning and to improve their quality of life.
An active role between the family and community

Maximum Capacity:

50 Seniors

Admission Criteria:

  • 55 years and above
  • Singapore Citizens whose total family income is eligible for subsidy (determine by means test).
  • Family members of the elderly are unable to provide full-time care to the elderly.
  • Ambulant and able to attend to personal need

Centre Activities:

  • Daily tea breaks and meals
  • Maintenance exercises led by nursing aides
  • Light leisure sessions
  • Different types of activities will be organized to develop the potentials of the elderly
  • Community Service/Learning programme organized by the students from schools, colleges and educational institution

Transportation:

Transport can be provided to ferry the senior to and from the centre

Health Assessment:

The nursing aides will regularly monitor the health condition of the elderly such as blood pressure, glucose level and weight/height recording in order to inform the family members for medical follow-up when signs of abnormality appear.

Future Plan:

  • To extend the day care social service to other districts.
  • To engage physiotherapist on a regular basis to increase the optimal level of Active Daily Living for the elderly.
  • Organize family programme involve elderly and family members, i.e. counseling, identify the underlying needs of the elderly and interaction between elderly and family members.

Facilities

  • Activities Onsite
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Day Care
  • Medication Monitoring

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