Partnering with the community to engage and empower seniors to age-in-place the H.I.P. way (Healthily, Interdependently, Purposefully), for as long as possible.
Supports frail and homebound seniors to age-in-place through home help services such as our Medical Escort & Transport (MET) and Meals On Wheels (MOW) meal delivery service.
Our five centres are located across the island to help seniors age-in-place Healthily, Interdependently, and Purposefully. An Active Ageing Centre (AAC) is a drop-in social recreational centre that extends support to seniors living nearby in the community. It is a go-to point for seniors to receive timely access to quality care, have the opportunity to build strong social connections, take part in recreational activities, and contribute to the community as they wish.
Recently launched at PCS Hannah Seniors Activity Centre, this new service format allows seniors to interact, socialise, and enjoy planned activities in a group setting, while still receiving essential care services.
Friends of the Third Age (F3A) was set up to serve the senior citizens in the Haig Road vicinity. The objective is to introduce programmes that would enhance the life of the elderly citizens and in turn to promote a spirit of continuous learning amongst them.
Presbyterian Eldercare @ Potong Pasir is a day activity centre for seniors. With support from PCS, the centre officially opened on 16 August 2014.