This forum article talks about how foreign domestic workers appear to be a trade-off between the quality and cost of human-delivered care for older people here in Singapore.
This forum article talks about how we could move from financial support to financial compensation and recognition of caregivers to nurture an inclusive society with rapidly growing numbers of older persons and informal caregivers.
In this video, Wayne talks about consciousness, sleep & dreaming and altered states of consciousness to a group of students at Nanyang Technological University.
This forum article talks about the White Paper on Singapore Women's Development in our nation's pursuit of an inclusive society and how the Home Caregiving Grant is not meaningful.
In this 5-part video, our consultant geropsychologist, Wayne Freeman Chong, defends his PhD thesis titled, Formal Long-term Care: Informal Caregivers' Subjective Well-being and Service Utilization, at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
In this 3 part video, our consultant geropsychologist Wayne shared on the topic of Mindful Sleep and how the use of evidence-based mindfulness can be used to improve sleep to a group of about 30 elderly.
This event was held on 8 April 2018 at Central Christian Church.
In these short video clips, our consultant geropsychologist Wayne held a Student Leadership Workshop dedicated to the 300 Student Leaders including Prefects, CCA Captains and Chairpersons of Zhenghua Primary School.
In the workshop, Students Leaders were thought multiple ways to better lead others.
This forum article talks about enacting a well-calibrated and robust policy that compensates informal caregivers and professionalises caregiving, a second national study on informal caregiving should be conducted.
In this 9-part video, our consultant geropsychologist, Wayne Freeman Chong, discussed informal caregiving as a part of integrated health and social care with a group of adult learners.
In this 15-minute clip, our consultant geropsychologist Wayne introduces and demonstrates the use of evidence-based mindfulness techniques to a group of about 100 older people.
Research has shown that increased mindfulness brings about better mental and physical health outcomes. Watch this video to learn how to put it into practice!