SALT&LIGHT FAMILY NIGHT: HOW CAN WE STAY STRONG (AND SANE) CARING FOR AGEING PARENTS AND SICK SPOUSES?

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September 28, 2021

Zoom chat and Q&A

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Photo by Steven HWG on Unsplash.

SALT&LIGHT FAMILY NIGHT: HOW CAN WE STAY STRONG (AND SANE) CARING FOR AGEING PARENTS AND SICK SPOUSES?

There are an estimated over 200,000 caregivers in Singapore, looking after loved ones who are ill or dying.

Often a lonely, frustrating, 24/7 job, many caregivers suffer from physical, emotional and mental exhaustion that can lead to burnout and even depression.

What are the signs of caregiver stress? What can be done for caregivers? How can believers view this long-term challenge through the eyes of faith?

Join hosts Carol Loi and Alex Tee as well as panellists

  • Tim Lee, CEO of Caregivers Alliance Limited;
  • Ps Alvin Ngo, retired pastor who is caring for his wife of 35 years who has Alzheimer’s Disease;
  • Chia Yen-Yen, nurse who has spent nearly two decades caring first for her mother then for her husband, both of whom suffered strokes.

Date: September 28, 2021

Time: 8.30m-10pm

Cost: Free

Click here to register

About the Organiser:
Satl&Light is a Christian news digital platform where believers can unite in spirit and purpose to see God in the 9-to-5, to influence and to impact, to find meaning in the mundane and to wrestle with doubt and despair in faith – and find amazing grace for the journey ahead.

About the Hosts:
Carol Loi is the International Director of Generations of Virtue, a ministry committed to transforming culture, one family at a time. She runs a social enterprise Village Consultancy that provides digital literacy education as well as John Maxwell Certified training on leadership & family life. She and her husband are raising two teenagers.

Alex Tee is a former banker who left the corporate world to home-school his three young children. His deepest desire is to prayerfully raise children who seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness. He is part of the Elijah 7000 group of fathers who meet every Saturday at dawn to intercede for families and the nation.

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