Senior Care: Support Systems for the Elderly

Read on for information on providing social support systems for the elderly. Seniors in Singapore can join Neighbourhood Links, a local social support system that engages with elderly.


About Neighbourhood Links

Neighbourhood Links serves as an extended social support system for the elderly living in the community. It forms a local network of support around the elderly and promotes active volunteerism at the neighbourhood level.

Neighbourhood Links: Support Services for the Elderly 

Neighbourhood Links may provide the following services:
Socio-recreational activities
Befriending services
Emergency alert response calls
Assistance for the vulnerable elderly in obtaining appropriate referrals
Promotion of intergenerational bonding among residents in the neighbourhood

Neighbourhood Links: Where to Apply for Support Services for the Elderly

To locate the nearest support service provider to your loved one, simply visit our E-Care Locator on the Singapore Agency for Integrated Care (AIC).

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