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Learn@HCA #18: Creating more good days at the end of life

A session by Outstanding Social Worker Award recipient, Ms Tan Ching Yee and Senior Palliative Care Nurse, Ms Alice Heng

17 October 2020
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When we think about a person coming close to the end of their life, we often imagine their days to be filled with pain, sorrow and suffering. At HCA Hospice Care, we have journeyed with many patients who have taught us the meaning of living to the fullest till the end.  In this session, we hope to share stories about the lives of people who taught us the value of life and living; strengths and resilience; hope and possibilities. You will also hear from our dedicated and experienced nurse who will share practical tips on ways that you can create meaningful moments together.  Come join us, share your stories and in return be an inspiration to others.

Date   : 17 Oct 2020, Saturday

Time   : 10am – 11.30am (Zoom room opens 15mins before the session)

Admission is free but prior registration is required. Registration has closed for the event. For enquiries, contact Hazel at hazely@hcahospicecare.org.sg.

*A minimum of 15 participants is required for this session to run. A confirmation email will be sent to all registrants nearer to date.


ABOUT OUR SPEAKER

 

 

Ms Tan Ching Yee is a registered social worker with more than 25 years of working experience in the acute hospital and community settings. She drew most of her learnings from working with patients and their families affected by neurological conditions. She currently oversees a team comprising medical social workers, a spiritual care counsellor and art therapists in HCA.  Ms Tan was awarded the Outstanding Social Worker Award from the President of Singapore in 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ms Alice Heng, a Senior Palliative Care Nurse in HCA Hospice Care is multi-lingual and has an infectiously positive attitude. She is also HCA’s Home Hospice Caregiving Course Trainer, a role that is rare for a home hospice setting. She makes special home visits to train and equip caregivers with essential skills to provide optimum care for their loved ones. She is also a caregiver to her mother.

 

 

 


Note:

1.Only participants who have received confirmation of their registration will be allowed to participate in the session.
2.This session will be recorded. By submitting this form, you grant HCA Hospice Care full rights to use the images resulting from the recordings, and any reproductions or adaptations of the images for publicity or any other purposes.
3.By submitting this form, you agree for HCA Hospice Care to collect, store and process your personal data that you provided in this form for the purposes of receiving news and updates from HCA.