$10 will contribute to the improvement of our Reminiscent corner for residents to relax and chit chat and to feel at home.
$50 will subsidize the cost of a ticket, a meal and transportation for one resident on an enjoyable outdoor trip.
$100 will contribute to a music or pet therapy session for one resident for one month.
$200 will subsidize the cost of a wheelchair for one resident for easy mobility.
Your contribution, no matter how small, will allow residents to have better lives away from home. You may feel like your contribution is a drop in an ocean. But every drop counts!
The elderly and sick in All Saints Home are from low-income families or lack family support. Some of the elderly who have children, are themselves retired with their own medical conditions. Most of them came with their unique set of social issues. Gradually, some of the elderly faces abandonment and All Saints Home is left to meet their impending medical and nursing needs without the family's assistance. Hence, we seek your generous and compassionate support in our work to help the elderly and sick to age gracefully despite of their illnesses.
Our programmes include: Residential Care where our care for each resident is individualised and reviewed periodically according to his or her latest conditions and needs. Customised physiotherapy, occupational therapy, continence management and other healthcare activities are carried out daily. A variety of recreational programmes are also carried out to promote social interaction among residents. Respite Care where we provide short-term respite to families and caregivers for up to 30 days to enable them to have a short break, with peace of mind that their loved ones are being cared for safely and professionally. Day Care where we help our day clients maximise independence, enhance function, adapt and develop skills, and minimise the need for support. Their caregivers are also given support and training. Home Care which will be rolled out soon to provide clients with a complete range of home-base services.