As opposed to the previous Chinese New Year breaks, thing was slightly different for this time around. Instead of having some employees gone back to the neighbourhood countries to celebrate the festival with their loved ones, all of us have to stay in the country because of the COVID-19. Although face-to-face meetings are irreplaceable by virtual gatherings, the amazing technological advancements have nonetheless enabled spontaneous and economical connections between people. Continue reading “Happy Chinese New Year 2021”
COVID-19 did not stop us from participating in CPAS Charity Dinner 2020. This dinner was also the first gathering that all of us came together since the circuit breaker period. The experience of holding the “banquet” at our own office, watching the charity livestream and responding to the event host via laptop was very different compared to previous years, where the events were held at Marina Bay Sands. The livestream and auction were indeed entertaining and hilarious.
Once again, they proved that disabilities do not equal to inability.
This news from Channel NewsAsia excited us when the artwork of Ms Minah, who was born with celebral palsy, was featured on National Day Parade (NDP) 2020 Singapore Together Packs. Continue reading “Unleashing Talents of Persons With Disabilities”
Once in every 4 months’ time, it will be our Director’s BNI Featured Presentation. This time around, we were bringing a brand new topic, Keep Calm and Stay Healthy at the Workspace, which combined interior design and infection control measures for workplace to ensure the health and wellbeing of a business’s most valuable assets, the employees are protected.
The Transcript of Presentation:
The Anxiety of Going Back to Work
We are at the phase two of the re-opening. What we are very concern now is whether our office is clean, are our colleagues practicing good personal hygiene and whether ourselves will be infected with COVID-19. Continue reading “Keep Calm and Stay Healthy at the Workspace”
Thanks to Alzheimer’s Disease Association (ADA) for conducting this programme of learning – Enabling EDIE. We were grateful to participate in this programme which is only available in Australia, Canada and Singapore.
In the class, we experienced how a dementia patient perceived the world with visual reality. It enabled us to feel the challenges they are facing and thus creating a supportive environment to engage, enable and empower them.
This programme simulated Edie, a dementia patient, waking up in the middle of the night and finding his way to the bathroom.
We were experiencing how Edie felt before and after a supportive change in the house (environment) he was living in. And how his wife’s quality of sleep was subsequently improved. Continue reading “Enabling EDIE by Alzheimer’s Disease Association ADA”