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COVID-19 & OLDER PEOPLE WEBINAR SERIES

A collaboration on COVID-19 intelligence | A step towards Ageing Asia 2020: World Ageing Festival (The hybrid edition)

We wish to bring to your attention that the part 3 session of the COVID-19 & Older People webinar series had to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. We apologise for any confusion and inconveniences that may have caused. The replay for the part 1 and part 2 of the webinar series are available. Please refer to the replay links below for viewing. Once again, thank you for your participation and we look forward to seeing you at the World Ageing Festival 2020 (2 - 25 November 2020).

We would love to hear from you about your experiences as an older person or caregiver during COVID-19 
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The 'COVID-19 & Older People' webinar series hopes to address these questions: 

What happened? 
What interventions worked? 
What didn’t? What would the “new normal” be like? 
How can we co-create a more positive future for older people even in these unusual times?

Key Upcoming Webinar Series Dates

Ageing Asia 2020: World Ageing Festival Month: 24 November, Tuesday
Keynote Speaker: Dr Mary Ann Tsao - COVID-19, older people and the new normal
*All attendees will receive a complimentary World Ageing Festival Fringe Ticket (23 Days of Fringe Activities valued at S$25)

Past Events

Caregiving in the Times of COVID-19: 9 September, Wednesday, 8pm (GMT +8) - Watch Replay
COVID-19 and Older People - Safety versus Sanity: 30 September, Wednesday, 8pm (GMT +8) - Watch Reply


About the Tsao Foundation

Tsao Foundation’s vision is to optimize opportunities in longevity in an inclusive society for all ages. Established in Singapore in 1993, the goals of the non-profit family foundation are aligned to the MIPAA and WHO healthy ageing frameworks.

Through four major initiatives – the Hua Mei Centre for Successful Ageing, Hua Mei Training Academy, International Longevity Centre Singapore and Community for Successful Ageing (ComSA) – the Tsao Foundation pioneers and provides community-based, person-centred primary healthcare for adults aged 40 and above; builds capacity in professional and informal age care and self-care; fosters elder empowerment and community development; and initiates policy-relevant research and cross-sector partnerships in its advocacy for mindset and systemic change to actualise health, well-being and participation over the life course.

About ILC (International Longevity Centre) - Singapore

An initiative of the Tsao Foundation, ILC-S aims to promote the well-being of older people and contribute to national development through community development as well as research and collaborations that inform policy, facilitate policy-action translation and promote quality, effective practice in Singapore and the region.

ILC-S is also a member of the ILC-Global Alliance, which is a consortium of 16 ILC’s world wide, including Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, France, India, Israel, Japan, the Netherlands, South Africa, UK and the US.

About Ageing Asia

Ageing Asia is Asia Pacific’s first industry network on the business of ageing. We are an independent business network that seeks to unite business, government, community leaders and the media to address opportunities for the ageing population by nurturing partnerships and curating development of solutions. Our mission is to change the future of ageing in Asia Pacific.

Three Pillars of Ageing Asia:

· Facilitate knowledge transfer of best practices, concepts and innovations in health and elder care between countries and sectors

· Research and identify market intelligence on Asia Pacific’s silver economy business opportunities

· Improve quality of elderly care in Asia Pacific

Ageing Asia is a member of raiSE, Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise. As a social enterprise, we allocate at least 10% of the revenue to sponsor representatives in not-for-profit sectors in Singapore and Asia with free tickets and discounted rates to our training programmes and events. Our charity initiative is the Art for Seniors Project that aims to brighten nursing care facilities through wall murals, and to promote intergenerational bonding and engagement with the elders.

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