Caregivers can be equipped with caregiving knowledge, tips and tools on how to support your loved ones better.
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For resources on mental health,
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Seniors using Mobility Aids
Care professionals and service partners who wish to adapt the consolidated listing may reach out to
Top 5 Caregiving Resources
A Guide to Eldercare Subsidies.
Caring for the Elderly 101
A resource for caregivers.
Activities Of Daily Living
How to manage your senior's care needs.
A Caregiver's Guide to Avoid Burnout
Learn to manage your responsibilities and take care of your well-being.
Positioning, Moving, and Transfers
ABCs of Caregiving Course
Caregiver Training course
Caregiver Support Network Toolkit
Specially designed toolkit to empower individuals in setting up a Caregiver Support Network that emphasise self-care, peer support and recognising caregivers’ well-being in the community.
If you are below the age of 25 and providing care for a family member, we see you care! Caregiving can be challenging, even more so for someone so young. Here are some resources that can help you in your journey as a young caregiver.
Ever found it hard to be taken seriously as a young caregiver? Check out our visual below on some tips.
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Use the SupportGoWhere portal's Care Services Recommender tool for schemes and services recommendations, as well as additional tips and resources.
Caregiving can be fulfilling and a role inspiration to other caregivers. Learn from other caregivers well as our library of videos on caregiving tips and stories.
As a caregiver, you may be juggling between work, your family, caregiving, and having your own personal time. Despite your busy schedule, you may wish to prepare home-cooked meals for your loved one.
By preparing meals at home, it can be easier to cater to your loved one, who may have special dietary requiremetns, and aid in their recovery. A good diet includes the main food groups of carbohydrates, fats, and protein, and important vitamins and minerals.
Present the meals in an easy to chew, or digestible manner, by cutting up the food into bite sized, or having them in puree or mashed form if your loved one has difficulty eating solid foods, or problems with swallowing.
Download the Care.Cook.Inspire bookbook for recipes and a special collection of caregiver stories.
A commemorative recipe book to mark SG50, featuring a tie-up between AIC and chef Eric Teo. Click
here to learn more.
Set 1 - Download
Set 2 - Download
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Learn how this care service helps you managing your chronic conditions, such as diabetes.
Living With Diabetes
Learn how to manage this condition.
HealthHub for information on medical conditions, managing tips, healthy living,
guides on simple exercise and balanced
For information and tips on foot care and healthier feet, view the resources below from Ministry of Health:
Plan for your health and personal care
Booklet on Advance Care Planning
2 page explainer on Advance Care Planning
Find out more about caring for
persons with disability and a
guide for persons with disability.
Learn more about
caregiver support groups, a platform for you to share your feelings and experiences with other caregivers in the community.
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