Co-organised by Ageing Asia and the Tsao Foundation and the International Longevity Centre - Singapore, this webinar series aims to examine the impact of COVID-19, specifically how policy measures, changes in service delivery and community response affect the well-being of older people and the people around them.
Tsao Foundation, Singapore
The Tsao Foundation vision is of an inclusive society for all ages that optimises opportunities in longevity.
Through its 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 forges cross- sector partnerships to initiate policy-relevant research, ideas and approaches to actualising health, wellness and participation over the life course.
Established in Singapore in 1993, the goals of the non-profit family foundation are aligned to the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing and the World Health Organisation’s active ageing framework.
Ageing Asia Pte Ltd, Singapore
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, not-for-profits and mainstream media in Asia Pacific together to address opportunities to support the ageing baby boomer population by nurturing partnerships and curating development of solutions.
Our key activities include:
- Organising global ageing industry training and development (Conferences, Study Tours, Masterclasses, Webinars)
- E-Learning Academy (Global Ageing Academy)
- Business Matching (Products and Services in Ageing Sector)
- Research (Asia Pacific Silver Economy)
- Elder Marketplace (Curate Products by Ageing Asia)
For more information, visit: http://www.ageingasia.com
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.
Ageing Asia 2020 - World Ageing Festival, The Hybrid Edition
AAIF is Asia Pacific's most influential platform on the business of ageing. This year, AAIF is re-invented as the all new World Ageing Festival, a hybrid (virtual and in-person) month long edition of our annual platform. with a curated showcase of virtual activities from 2 November, leading up to the main live show that will be held 23 – 25 November in Singapore. The all new format welcomes and embraces life in the new normal, while enabling global participation, interaction and innovation to access Asia Pacific’s US$4.56 trillion silver economy.
The new format will feature 23 days of content, over 170 sessions, attract participants from over 35 countries, 5,000 international participants, feature over 150 speakers, and a curated exhibition showcase of the world’s top 100 products that will enable successful ageing – Home & Community Care, Fun Rehab, Assistive Living & Age Tech, Finance & Lifestyle, Seniors Housing & Care, Active Ageing & Dementia.This year marks the 11th edition of Asia’s most influential platform on the business of ageing, where team Ageing Asia curates global best practice ageing models, products and services. Our vision is to change the future of ageing through global knowledge exchange, creating partnerships between business, government and social sectors, driving positive media engagement and improving quality of living for older people.
This webinar is a lead up fringe festival activity of the upcoming Ageing Asia 2020: World Ageing Festival (The Hybrid In Person and Live Edition) held 2-25 November. All webinar attendees will receive a complimentary fringe festival ticket (valued at S$25) to access special activities.