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Jamiyah Home for the Aged (Darul Takrim) was established in 1996 as an eldercare and destitute welfare facility by the then Ministry of Community Development with the appointment of the Muslim Missionary Society Singapore as the Managing Agent.

The Home began operations at Still Road from 15 December 1996 until it was relocated to its present location at 1 Tampines Ave 3 on 17 December 1997. The purpose of the home is to provide shelter and care for the residents, many of whom are elderly, frail and destitute.

The Home, at its present location, was officially opened on 20 January 1998 (21 Ramadan 1418) by the then Minister of Community Development and Minister in Charge of Muslim Affairs, Mr Abdullah Tarmugi with presence of the then President of Jamiyah Singapore Tuan Haji Abu Bakar Maidin.

Our Vision

Serving the community, caring for the society

Our Home expands on the welfare mission of Jamiyah Singapore by serving the Community through taking care of the aged and destitute persons in the community.

Our Mission

To provide a Home for the homeless aged

Driven by its primary objective, the Home strives towards excellence as a Welfare Home in Singapore. Our Home works closely with partner agencies towards the rehabilitation of residents into the community.

Our Objectives

  • To efficiently run the Home in compliance with the Ministry of Social and Family guidelines.
  • To provide holistic care for our residents.

Our Services

We provide the following services:

  • Healthy, safe and comfortable environment for the residents.
  • Meaningful ways to help improve the Quality of life and welfare of residents.
  • Comprehensive assessment and attainment of residents’ care needs .
  • Opportunities to re-integrate residents into the community.

Techniques used in the care of the residents include:

  • Holistic care using Individualised Care Plan
  • Fall Risk Management
  • Medication Management
  • Incident Management
  • Health Care Counselling
  • Health Care Assessment and Treatment
  • Behaviour Management


  • Activities Onsite
  • Aging in Place
  • Day Care
  • Doctor on Call
  • Medication Monitoring
  • Nurses on Staff

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