By 2030, the old-age support ratio to decrease. With this significant shift, Singaporeans will need ratio of one in four Singaporeans will be aged 65 years and above. Our family sizes are shrinking and may result an old-a support in caring for your ageing loved ones, and working caregivers will need to strike a balance in employment and your own family responsibilities.
To address the needs of caregivers, MOH together with partner agencies developed a Caregiver Support Action Plan to strengthen caregiver support in caring for your loved ones. There are five focus areas such as care navigation, financial support, workplace support, caregiver respite options, and caregiver empowerment and training which are in the development.
Source: Ministry of Health
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