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3
Jun
2022
TO
3
Jun
2022

Lunchtime Webinar: COVID-19 Vaccination in Elderly

Does the COVID-19 vaccine really work? Why are so many seniors still getting infected? What steps should seniors take if they are infected before or after their vaccinations? In this talk, we will also share how vaccinations will be moving forward and if three doses are needed annually. 

Speaker: Dr Louisa Sun, Consultant, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine

​​To register for the webinar, visit https://bit.ly/NUH-HEH-3June22. For enquiries, please call 6772 2184.

Public
1pm - 2pm
Webinar
Free
10
Jun
2022
TO
10
Jun
2022

Lunchtime Webinar: Living Well: Fit not Frail

By 2030, 25 per cent of Singapore's population will be aged 65 years and above. While we are living longer, are we living well? Join this talk to learn more about what is frailty and sarcopenia, and what we can do to prevent or fight frailty! Let us learn how to maintain our independence and well-being in our golden years.

Speaker: Dr Lim Zhiying, Associate Consultant, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Department of Medicine

​To register for the webinar, visit https://bit.ly/NUH-HEH-10June22. For enquiries, please call 6772 2184.

Public
1pm - 2pm
Webinar
Free
17
Jun
2022
TO
17
Jun
2022

Lunchtime Webinar: Young at Heart

People are living longer nowadays. Some look younger while others may feel older than they really are. Chronological ageing is irreversible. However, increasing age does not necessarily equate feeling old. We can do more to remain young at heart. Join us on a learning journey to modify your lifestyle and rejuvenate your mind and body.

Speaker: Ms Koh Mei Jiao, Advanced Practice Nurse Intern (Geriatric Care)

​To register for the webinar, visit https://bit.ly/NUH-HEH-17June22. For enquiries, please call 6772 2184.

Public
1pm - 2pm
Webinar
Free
24
Jun
2022
TO
24
Jun
2022

Lunchtime Webinar: Staying Active and Engaged During COVID-19

COVID-19 has drastically affected the lives of many people including older adults. Many experienced changes in their routines and habits which can influence their quality of life. This talk will share how activities we engage in affect our health and well-being, and introduce some principles and tips to encourage active participation for older adults!

Speaker: Ms Lin Yiwei, Senior Occupational Therapist, Department of Rehabilitation

​To register for the webinar, visit https://bit.ly/NUH-HEH-24June22. For enquiries, please call 6772 2184.

Public
1pm - 2pm
Webinar
Free
25
Jun
2022
TO
25
Jun
2022

Improving Your Mobility With A Motorised Scooter

​​In this public talk for caregivers, find out more from our Occupational Therapist on how we can improve the mobility of our elderly. Topics include falls prevention at home, home improvement programs for the elderly like EASE by HDB, as well as choosing the right mobility device for our elderly.

Public,Patients & Caregivers
11am - 12pm
Zoom
Free
6
Jul
2022
TO
6
Jul
2022
16
Jul
2022
TO
16
Jul
2022

National Myeloma Patient Forum 2022

Public,Patients & Caregivers
9am to 12pm
Webinar/Physical
20
Jul
2022
TO
21
Jul
2022

Cognitive Orientation to Daily Occupational Performance (Basic and Consolidation)

​Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP) is an evidence-based treatment approach that has been researched extensively with many client populations, including developmental coordination disorder (DCD), stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), cerebral palsy (CP) and autism. The use of the CO-OP approach in therapy will empower patients and families to be active participants in the rehabilitation process and enhance their ability to selfmanage their chronic conditions better.

Other Healthcare Professionals
8:45am to 5pm
Alexandra Hospital, Centre for Innovation in Healthcare
See Attached Brochure
30
Jul
2022
TO
30
Jul
2022

Catch Yourself Before You Fall

​​Falls are a leading cause of injury among older adults, and many of these falls happen at home. What are the steps to take so that factors which cause a person to fall are reduced or removed? Our Physiotherapist will share the risks and consequences of falls in the elderly, and what caregivers can do to help prevent falls.

Public,Patients & Caregivers
11am - 12pm
Zoom
Free
27
Aug
2022
TO
27
Aug
2022

Vision Changes As We Go

​​Does your elderly loved one complain about deteriorating vision? Should your senior at home be watching drama series on mobile devices? What kind of glasses are suited for old age? Our Optometrist will explain how caregivers can manage vision changes in the elderly, address common myths about eye conditions, and share eye care tips.

Public,Patients & Caregivers
11am - 12pm
Zoom
Free

 

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