About Campaign

ends 31 Aug 2020, 11:59 PM
Mdm J (on the bed) is 67 years old and bedbound. Her husband takes care of her including changing her soiled diapers. He is using his savings to pay all the bills and now has very little left. Mdm J needs diapers, milk feeds and other consumables. Our SATA CommHealth nurse helps to shower Mdm J and take care of her feeding tube.

Her husband says that he is getting older and is worried about how to take care of Mdm J. His main worry is that his wife has milk feeds to drink. He shared that he can go hungry but not his wife. She cannot swallow and needs a tube to be fed.

Mdm J only responds to her husband whenever he talks to her. She is unable to talk or move much. Sometimes she feels pain when moved.

Despite all these, the husband said that he will never leave his wife and he will take care of her no matter what. Our homecare nurses can sense that they are a very loving couple and treasure each other very much. He is worried that as he grows older, he may not be able to take care of her one day. He is ok to share their story as he feels strongly that donations can enable SATA CommHealth to help others like them.

Our homecare nurses do about 700 home visits a month. Many of our patients cannot afford to pay for their services. We need donations to help more people like them. Please donate $4 or more to help. Every dollar counts and no amount is too small.

Thank you for your generous donations.

About the Charity

Promoting Lifelong Health, Serving the Community

SATA CommHealth was established in 1947 as a charity healthcare organisation fighting against tuberculosis in the early days.

The organisation has since evolved to become a comprehensive healthcare provider serving the public and corporate while having a charity arm to focus on the healthcare needs in the community, especially the needy and the disadvantaged elderly.

With the COVID-19 evolving, more resources are required to care and serve the underprivileged for their medical and social needs, while fulfilling our prime duties as Public Health Preparedness Clinics (PHPC) supporting MOH, in managing patients with acute respiratory infection (ARI) symptoms at all our medical centres.

As part of the Ministry's on-going efforts to help contain this outbreak, our mobile x-ray buses with a pool of Radiographers been deployed at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital (NTFGH) and Singapore Expo to help screen patients suspected of COVID-19 infection in collaboration with NTFGH-MINDEF and Woodlands Health Campus (WHC) respectively.

We are HERE TO CARE for the Community!


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