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Learn about the principles of Risk, Need and Responsivity in offender rehabilitation.
Learn about caregiving issues such as medication management, diet, nutrition, personal care, hygiene and home modifications.
Learn about depression, its preventive measures and how to care for people with depression.
This first course under the ‘Learn for Life’ Series is open to anyone who is keen to learn more about community engagement as a lifelong learning practice.
This second course under the ‘Learn for Life’ Series is open to anyone who is keen to learn more about community engagement as a lifelong learning practice.
Help someone through their relationship troubles by becoming a Marital First Responder.
This 2-hr workshop is the second module of ’Be A Samaritan’ Programme (BAS) after SP101. It aims to equip participants with the practical skills of first responding using the “3A” approach
Deepen your knowledge of risk management.
Learn the rules of conduct endorsed by Early Childhood Community of Practitioners.
Caring with our hearts.
Our UniLEARN Community
Hear from our Sponsors, Collaborators/Partners and Course Participants – individuals who collectively make up Our UniLEARN Community!
"The structure is well laid out and the focus is directed at the WHO, WHAT and the HOW in the work of rehabilitation. This course should have been introduced to me at the start of my over 40 years of volunteering."
"This collaboration has resulted in new opportunities for dyslexia and special educational needs training in Singapore. We are now able to spread dyslexia awareness beyond traditional classroom walls and beyond the shores of Singapore, helping even more dyslexics achieve their full potential. "
Head of Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) Academy
"The course is very well designed and keeps you engaged even though it is online mode. In the end, even if you don't become SAM, it makes you a better listener and teaches you empathy."
"Our crew have benefited much from the courses that are available on this platform.
The bite-size approach has made learning easier and significantly more accessible for a community that is always on the move."
Senior Manager, SIA Cabin Crew
"I like the pace as I have enough time to read and to learn different topics. When I need to refresh my memory I can go back to read it again. Also the diagram (picture) help me so much to remember it."
Volunteer, NUS Mind Science Centre
"My team gained so much in this collaboration. We learnt much from the SUSS team and we enjoyed the warm working relationship. With their help, we were able to develop a comprehensive online training program that will benefit many caregivers in the community."
Director of Nursing, HCA Hospice Care
Learn from the experts, entrepreneurs and thought leaders on innovations that create more vibrant and inclusive communities.
Fancy a restaurant where you are served food you didn’t order? Welcome to the Restaurant of Mistaken Orders! Be inspired by Wada-san’s passionate sharing on how individuals with dementia can find dignity and meaning at work – an environment where mistakes are accepted and even celebrated.
In Hong Kong, 1 in 3 people over 80 experience dementia. Mrs Patricia Lau, CEO Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council, champions innovation. Initiatives like an AI-powered app for knee pain show how technology can address societal problems. Entrepreneurs are urged to co-create solutions to benefit our elderly.
Healthy ageing involves growing older while maintaining good health and a high quality of life. The Taiwan government addresses the issue of ageing through 3 important thrusts – innovation, inclusivity and sustainability. Its Long-term Care 2.0 promotes aging in place and the adoption of technology, whilst its future plans include precision health planning and tailored support for the elderly.