Flag Day 2017

by O'JOY CARE SERVICES

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About Campaign

ends 17 Jun 2017, 11:59 PM

Putting life in your years, whatever your age.

To those of us facing the challenges of ageing, care-giving, and physical or mental illnesses, the sheer amount of effort it takes to survive each day can make the idea of 'living' laughably unattainable. However, in some cases clinical services such as individual/community counselling and case management can make a world of difference.

Adopt-a-can to help us put the 'life' back into living!

If you are interested in volunteering as a tin-bearer, contact Elaine at 82126190 or [email protected]

About NPO

O'Joy Care Services is a social service organisation dedicated to promoting the psycho-emotional health of older persons, and empowering their families and caregivers to accomplish the same through a holistic perspective on wellness. By 2030, an estimate of 1 in 4 persons will be aged 65. To help aged persons and their caregivers cope with the many challenges they will face, we provide counselling services to alleviate emotional distress. Complementing such services is a Ministry of Health (MOH) funded programme, COMIT, which provides all-rounded care. Details are in the section below. A preventive-care programme which offers daily arts activities and exercies, Health Oriented Ageing, has also been set up to target those aged 60 and above living in the Upper Boon Keng area. For more information on donations or how to join our volunteer programme, please visit us at our website. Our annual reports are also available there. Thank you for your support!

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