Envisioning Sg100: Towards an Age-Friendly Community

Envisioning Sg100: Towards an Age-Friendly Community is a forum that aims to critically discuss the state of and assumptions underlying how Singapore is currently managing its rapidly ageing population and consequently highlight how we can better envision an age-friendly community as the nation faces its demographic changes.

Envisioning Sg100: Towards an Age-Friendly Community brings together prominent experts from diverse fields to engage with questions that are often taken for granted in today’s society:

- What is our society’s current perception or understanding of ageing?
- Does ageing need to be reinterpreted in light of the ever-changing technological landscape?
- What does ageing in the context of Sg100 mean?

Moderator: Dr Kua Ee Heok

Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at National University of Singapore (NUS)

Senior Consultant Psychiatrist at the National University Hospital


1. Dr Fung John Chye

Associate Professor
Director, Centre for Ageing Research in the Environment
School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore

2. Dr Angelique Chan

Associate Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School
Executive Director, CARE

3. Adrienne Mendenhall

Country Manager for Singapore, ACCESS Health International

4. Serene Lim, Registered Nurse

Nursing Lead, Caregiver Companion Pte Ltd

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Tue Oct 11, 2016
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM SGT
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