CAREGIVING

CAREGIVING

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  1. Eiichi Okubo speaks to his wife Yumiko who has been suffering from dementia, near her care house in

    Commentary: The hidden strength of those caring for loved ones with dementia

    Caring for someone with dementia is stressful but can be rewarding too, says University of Liverpool's Warren Donnellan.
  2. Invest in care to boost workforce participation and growth

    Commentary: Who's looking after the children and elderly if more women work?

    Care work is rarely included in standard prescriptions for increasing women’s economic participation, University of Sydney's Elizabeth Hill, ...
  3. senior citizen in wheelchair, with caregiver - singapore file photo (1)

    Hiring untrained maids to take care of frail, sick elderly may not be safe or sustainable: Experts

    Those ill-prepared to take care of ailing elderly folk could be at risk of feeling burnt out, experts say.
  4. Elderly on wheelchair

    Commentary: Three stories from caregivers show we still undervalue caregiving

    We need a deeper conversation on how to support caregivers and provide them with the financial and psychological support they need, says Member of ...
  5. Elderly girl Singapore

    Commentary: Grandparents are increasingly indispensable

    There are more grandparents in the world now and having them around allow mutual support, and help with childcare, says one observer.
  6. A laundry basket in a home.

    Commentary: Are women still expected to do most of the housework?

    The gender gap in housework seems to be narrowing but women still carry the load, says one observer from the University of Melbourne.
  7. special needs adults 1

    Increased support for caregivers of people with disabilities

    They will get their own support space at the Enabling Village, and the process for hiring foreign help will be made simpler.
  8. Sick child - palliative care

    Commentary: More than a village needed to raise youths with complex care needs

    We need to support youths living with congenital conditions. They have significant complex care needs but have little public visibility, says Dr ...
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    Public servants to have up to 6 months' parental leave per couple

    The introduction of an additional four weeks of unpaid infant care leave per parent from July is to help close the potential 'caregiving gap' ...
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    New 5-year roadmap moots more help for caregivers of those with disabilities

    Drafted by a 22-member steering committee, the third masterplan comes after a series of consultations involving more than 400 members of the ...