Contact: +65 6950 7500
While overwhelmed with uncertainty on the potential challenges to come, it is crucial to seek early intervention. At CareLibrary, we shred away stigma and promote cognitive wellness.
CareLibrary is a cognitive wellness programme methodologically designed for seniors with or at risk of cognitive impairment.
We believe every senior should be inspired to live an empowered and purposeful life.
With more than 50 types of cognitive activities for brain stimulation, we focus on strategically targeting specific cognitive domains to maintain the abilities of persons with dementia.
Every session is conducted in a vibrant and safe environment by our team of trained dementia care staff through a person-centred approach.
Brain gym exercises
Diverse range of cognitive
Therapeutic music engagement
to elicit memories
Multi-sensory physical activities
Senior adults with or at risk of cognitive impairment.
Assessment of eligibility through phone triage.
*centre-based CareLibrary sessions
Monday to Friday
2:00pm – 5:00pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
9:30am – 12:30pm
CareLibrary believes in supporting our caregivers through imparting them with the knowledge on dementia coping strategies that will enhance their caregiving journey.
We conduct virtual chat sessions for our caregivers to build a close-knit community of mutual support and intimate sharing.
Providing respite for our caregivers is essential to us. CareLibrary has a designated
Caregiver Support Corner where caregivers can rest or browse through our dementia care resources while your loved one is attending a CareLibrary session.
Hour-long e-engagement sessions are available for seniors who thrive better in the confines of their home.
Depending on your loved one’s needs, CareLibrary provides different kinds of online engagements for seniors with dementia.
Physical Wellness Virtual Engagement
The physical wellness engagement incorporates exercises with therapeutic music to enhance physical fitness, hand-eye coordination and mental reflexes. Participants are also challenged with mentally stimulating movements to improve focus and attention span.
You may opt between a one to one session for undivided attention between our dementia care staff and your loved or a smaller group of four that will emulate the close, familiar setting of a physical class.
Cognitive Stimulation Virtual Engagement
The cognitive stimulation engagement incorporates a series of interactive activities from our specialised curriculum. It is designed with the aim of slowing down the mental decline of dementia in your loved one through exercises that stimulate specific domains of the brain.
Each session is conducted one-to-one to ensure your loved one is provided an individualised programme and person-centred care.
for Social Wellness
“CareLibrary is warm in everything they do. It’s impossible not to feel their love the moment you walk through the door.
Attending CareLibrary has given my mother a more positive outlook on life. She even began to sing at home, something I have never heard her do.”
Son of CareLibrary participant
Stimulating Cognitive Curriculum
“I noticed marked improvement in my husband’s attention span after just three months of attending CareLibrary.
The curriculum helps coordinate my husband’s senses of sight, hearing and vocalising.
My husband looks forward to CareLibrary’s singing sessions the most, as they bring back pleasant memories and he enjoys singing.”
Wife of CareLibrary participant
Dedicated Person-centred Care
“I attended the first session with my mother and experienced first-hand the care that CareLibrary staff show to the participants.
Though my mother is an introvert, she looks forward to her sessions every week and enjoys her interactions at CareLibrary.”
Daughter of CareLibrary participant
Building a caring and supportive environment
``I highly recommend CareLibrary for anyone looking for a supportive and engaging environment for their loved ones. My mother was reluctant to attend at first, but after her first session, she was very comfortable with the environment and staff. The music and art activities have been a highlight for her, and she proudly displays her creations at home.
The staff at CareLibrary has been an invaluable resource for me as a caregiver.
They offer resources and help that make caregiving an easier experience for our family
I am truly grateful for the positive impact CareLibrary has on my mother and our family.``
Daughter of Mdm Ng
103 Lavender Street
Director of Program: Ms Han Huey Charn
Contact: +65 6950 7500
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