As well there will be the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between
The Asia Institute of Sciences with the Lotus Eldercare Academy of Singapore and the CARE Pte Ltd.
On 04th January 2016.
On 04 January 2016, Asia Institute of Sciences organized a workshop on job opportunities in Singapore in the field of aged care and the signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Asia Institute of Sciences with the participation of the director, deputy director, professors, staff, students and speakers from Singapore. The purpose of the workshop is to provide information on job opportunities in Singapore in the field of aged care and the signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Asia Institute of Sciences, LotusEldercare Academy , CARE Pte, Ltd Singapore and The Save Cambodian Children Fund, Australia in order to accept students from the Asia Institute of Sciences to work as a caregiving specialist in Singapore after the students have completed a caregiver specialist course at the Asia Institute of Sciences. The course will be held in 2016.
Mr. Sophon, an associate student in nursing major at the Asia Institute of Sciences, said that he was very happy to participate in seminars on job opportunities in Singapore and he added that most students who graduate just work in the country and sometimes, there is less opportunity for some students to work abroad. Finally, Mr. Sophon also requested that the Institute should launch such an interesting training course as soon as possible.
The Speakers from Singapore and Australia are very happy to see the young students interested and involved in a workshop. What’s more, a group of the speakers also praises for good workshop preparation at the Asia Institute of Sciences , the first institution scoring all subjects by the computer system. All students have done internships at national and international hospitals in Phnom Penh and in some provinces so as to apply their skills to real situation.
The Institute also has books, documents and Online Library, which contains sufficient documentation for students to conduct a research. Furthermore the institute also puts a lot of effort on seeking a collaboration partnership both inside and outside the country in order to help the students studying at at the Institute can grasp the opportunity to get a good job both in the country and abroad as well.
Especially, the speakers also congratulated the Institute on having been constructing a new roomy building and equipped with modern study equipment. It will be launched soon in order to register new students. Besides, New School will bring comfortable learning environment for new students as well.
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WHO WE ARE
Lotus Eldercare was incorporated on 1st July 2013 to provide home eldercare health services, to educate and train nurses and caregivers in caring the older persons, and to collaborate and support eldercare technological research and development.
With the aging population in Singapore, there has been a rapid increase in dependent patients who are either bed or house bound. Lotus Eldercare provides healthcare services to these patients who have mobility problems, whose families may otherwise spend a lot of time and effort in bringing them for reviews to hospitals.
We treat patients holistically. We review patients’ needs, families’ and caregivers’ concerns and formulate a long term care plan. We will advise on the common problems that may occur and the solutions to them. We firmly believe in educating and empowering the families and caregivers so that they will feel more assured and able to give their utmost care to the patients.
Lotus Eldercare also works with technological companies to support and develop technologies to provide more efficient care at home.
Dear Eldercare Friends,
Caring for the elderly in a home environment is challenging due to the intense level of attention that needs to be dedicated to their unique needs. This challenge is exacerbated by the ever-increasing work commitments of family members who double-up as caregivers. Consequently, a significant number of families have enlisted the help of foreign domestic workers to care for their elderly loved-ones. However, it has been estimated that more than half of these workers do not possess the requisite experience and/or training to care for the elderly.
CARE (Career Advisors Recruitment Enterprise) Pte Ltd (“CARE”) seeks to address this gap in care-giving standards by providing high quality, state-of-the-art trained caregivers at affordable rates to the elderly who want to age-in-place, in the familiar environment of their own home, with their family and friends. Incorporated in Singapore, CARE is steered by profoundly experienced and highly qualified healthcare professionals (one of whom possesses a Master in Gerontology) who are passionate about recruiting, training and delivering outstanding caregivers.
CARE has meticulously designed its recruitment policy to identify the most superb caregivers and has in place a rigorous training programme to ensure that each caregiver is well equipped with requisite skills and understands the nuances of caring for the elderly.
All our specialized caregivers have been trained and assessed in our own “CARE” institution in their country of origin, namely Myanmar, Philippines and India. The caregivers are required to achieve high standards in their assessment, which are benchmarked against eldercare homes and community based services in Singapore, and are competent in providing assistance in many fundamental areas of eldercare that relate to daily living such as hygiene, nutrition, ambulation and cognitive stimulation. Additionally, they possess the necessary experience and/or skills to care for persons with Alzheimer’s Disease, Cancer, Stroke, Parkinson’s disease and other ailments that afflict the elderly.
Why Choose CARE:
· CARE is able to provide superior caregiver expertise because of its vast experience and resources in the eldercare market, as exemplified by its comprehensive training model and experienced management.
· CARE considers recruiting a science as much as an art and employs a rigorous and comprehensive talent management methodology to attract, select, engage and deliver the best care-giving talent.
· CARE knows the eldercare sector not by reading about it but by working on it. Our experienced professionals are able to partner each client to assess their genuine needs and deliver customized care-giving solutions.
· CARE operates as a strong interface between our clients and caregivers and is committed to serving both parties to deliver the optimal care giving experience.
· All in all, CARE prides itself in its comprehensive and responsive service policy (24 hours a day, 7 days a week) that is available to clients and caregivers alike.
Please feel free to contact a CARE consultant at Tel: 68420698 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org who would be able to work with you in identifying the needs of your patients and engaging a suitable caregiver. We look forward to partnering you in caring for your patients/ client’s!
Yours sincerely,Satyaprakash TIWARI Managing Director E-mail: email@example.com 60 Kaki Bukit Place, #08-15, Eunos Techpark, Singapore 415979 Tel: 6842 0698 Fax: 6842 0869
The Save Cambodian Children Fund – Australia (SCCFA), incorporated in
2003, is a non-profit, non-partisan, non-political and non-governmental
organisation, staffed entirely by volunteers.
Funds raised by SCCFA are repatriated to carefully selected local NGOs in
Cambodia where they are invested in programs and projects that protect
and support the children and families who are the most severe victims of