ST LUKE’S ELDERCARE: COMMCARE SEMINAR 2022 – DEMENTIA AND SPIRITUALITY

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October 28, 2022

SIM HQ, Block B, Level 3, LT B.3.04

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ST LUKE’S ELDERCARE: COMMCARE SEMINAR 2022 – HEALING BEGINS WHEN WE TALK ABOUT THIS

Where is God in dementia? When a person develops dementia, are they less of a person and do they lose their connection to God? How can the church offer better inclusion and care for persons with dementia and their loved ones?

Come for a time of meaningful discussions and hear from healthcare experts at the forefront of dementia and spirituality.

Guest speakers

  • Dr Chen Shiling
    Founder and Executive Director of Happee Hearts Movement and Physician at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
  • Leow Wen Pin
    President of Koinonia Inclusion Network & Director, Centre for Disability Ministry in Asia
  • Rev Lew Kiat Lern
    Chaplain at St Andrew’s Nursing Home (Taman Jurong)

Programme

9 am          Introduction by St Luke’s ElderCare
9.15 am     Case discussion with panellists

Date: October 28, 2022

Time: 9am-12nn

Venue: SIM HQ Block B
               Level 3, LT B.3.04
               461 Clementi Road
               Singapore 599491          

Click here to register (Registration closes September 28, 2022).

About the Organiser:
St Luke’s ElderCare is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of patients, clients and caregivers.

It cares for elders in the community through services provided in its nursing home sited in Ang Mo Kio, 24 centres located islandwide and through the homes of elders. St Luke’s ElderCare delivers a full range of integrated services and programmes for elders that include centre-based, community-based, home-based and residential-based services.

These services are designed to benefit elders who have suffered physical disabilities as a result of stroke, fall or accident, as well as the frail and lonely who have no one to look after.

Within the St Luke’s eco-system, St Luke’s ElderCare delivers a full range of integrated services and programmes for elders through its nursing home and eldercare centres islandwide, while St Luke’s Hospital is a 243-bed community hospital that serves patients regardless of race and religion.

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