PARTNERING WITH NUS Mind Science Centre, National University Health System (NUHS) and Stroke Support Station (S3), The Age Well Everyday (AWE) programme is an innovative, holistic and evidence-based prevention programme for dementia that emphasises preventive medicine in the community, by the community, for the community. This structured programme encompassing Exercise, Mindfulness Practice, Music Reminiscence and Health Education and which can be delivered by volunteers, is designed to delay cognitive deterioration, reduce anxiety and depression, and increase socialization – thereby delaying the onset of dementia and improving the quality of life of seniors.
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.
Lifestyle Management I
Learn about healthy eating, keeping a balanced diet and the benefits of regular health screening.
Lifestyle Management II
Learn about stress management skills and strategies to help you manage and cope with stress.
Know what stroke is, the preventive measures, treatment and tips on the daily care of stroke patients.
Teaching and Facilitation
Learn the fundamental teaching and facilitation skills in order to be an instructor for AWE programme.