Academy of Human Development

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UEN No/CPE Reg No: 199900986N
(Reg. Period: 19 May 2020 to 20 May 2024)

Bringing Health To The Seniors (Social and Emotional Wellness)

Testimonials

  • The materials and trainer were good. The trainer was very engaging throughout the course.

    Ramya Mukund, 207th Intake
  • Despite being entirely on Zoom, we were able to have lots of discussion and hands-on activities. I also appreciated that my classmates were very open and willing to share.

    Anonymous, 207th Intake
  • Ms Anne Chua is so warm and open. She takes the time to consider each question, and her genuine reactions to each case study in the role play allowed me to see that a counsellor's emotions are important. She also gave constructive feedback to each of us which helped to highlight things we may not have been aware of.

    Anonymous, 207th Intake
  • Ms Abby Chew is amazing and delivered the course very well. She work within time constraint to evaluate every role play. Excellent trainer - calm, poise, caring and very experienced.

    Evangeline - 159th intake
  • Mrs Chan Swee Fen was very jovial and spirited and livened the class discussions well. She shared many experiences which were very useful in understanding how and what to do in certain situations. Great job!

    Lina Lim - 157th intake

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COURSE OBJECTIVE

Social and emotional wellness are very important yet are often neglected by the seniors, their care-givers or the community at large. Elderly who are able to relate, connect well and form positive relationships with others generally have a better quality of life than those without this ability.

This workshop aims to teach participants to recognise and manage the common health issues of an elderly person. Participants will also learn how to handle elder abuse, identify and avert suicide risks in an elderly person. At the same time, participants can gain insights into the care and financial resources available in the community. 

Course Content

  • Family Violence - Management of Elder Abuse Cases in Singapore
  • Advanced Care Planning
  • Care Resources in the Community
  • Understanding and Managing Elderly Dementia & Depression
  • Suicide Alertness for Everyone (safeTALK)
  • Financial Resources in the Community

Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for professionals and community workers in the health care and social services sectors. This programme is also suitable for care-givers and anyone interested in this subject.

Mode of Course Delivery

Combination of teaching, group exercise and discussion, and role-play experiential practice

Award

Participants who meet 80% class attendance will be awarded a Certificate of Completion by the Academy of Human Development and National University Health Services Group.

Course Fees

Fees S$

Course Fee (Nett)

$450

 

Subsidies/ Funding S$

VCF pre-approved funding at 30% per pax for Singaporeans/PR Social Service Organisation Staff (Ref No. PAS00002033, End date of approval: 20 Jan 2021)

$135

 

Trainers (National University Health Services Group)

 

 

Application and Enquiries

Dave Goh

6593 5284

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Course Schedule

Intake Number 4
Duration 14 hrs
Dates TBA
Timing 9.30am - 5.30pm
Trainer(s) National University Health Services Group
Venue(s) 43 Middle Road #03-00 Boon Sing Building Singapore 188952