About Campaign

ends 29 Sep 2018, 11:59 PM
Apex Harmony Lodge is the first purpose-built Home especially for Persons with Dementia in Singapore. Our mission is to provide best of care for our PWDs. The Lodge has a unique integrated medical and psychosocial care model that provides a wide range of programmes inside and out of the Lodge in aspects such as cognitive and sensory stimulation therapy and work therapy. These programmes are then tailored for each resident at differing stages of dementia.

Our residents come from diverse racial, religious and family backgrounds, the only common defining factor being diagnosed with dementia. As we are a charitable home, approximately 90% of our residents are from lower-income families, and sadly we have a significant number of residents without next of kin.

All funds raised from this campaign will be used for upgrading the facilities in the Lodge, particularly in securing beds with special safety features, mobility equipment and enabling us to conduct more programmes to enhance the well-being of PWDs, and empowering them to live well

About the Charity

Donate Generously for an extraordinary cause empower a Person with Dementia to live well. All donation will receive tax relief of 2.5 times. Join us to care for 210 long term residents and another 25 daycare elders, all of whom are PWD. Located in Pasir Ris, AHL, passionately known as the Lodge is one and only Home specialises in caring for the whole spectrum of PWDs in Singapore An Institutions of a Public Character partly funded by the Government, we envision to be A Living Model of a Home Committed to Lives Affected by Dementia See more of life at the Lodge through the videos at our website at www.apexharmony.org.sg Other platforms such as Linkedin - www.linkedin.com/company/8708581/ EventBrite - www.eventbrite.sg/o/apex-harmony-lodge-14986783235 Instagram - www.instagram.com/apexharmonylodge/ Carousell Wish-list - www.carousell.com/apexharmonylodge


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