World Health Organization (WHO) defines healthy ageing as the process of developing and maintaining the functional ability that enables wellbeing in older age. Apart from being physically fit, the functional ability also includes building and maintaining relationships or social interactions. Maintaining and supporting relationships with age not only can keep seniors feeling good, but also living longer and staying more independent.
SOCIAL & LEARNING
24% of seniors in
*National Health Morbidity Survey 2015
Recurring (weekly sessions)
Non-Recurring (monthly sessions)
As increasing amounts of research suggest, social interactions are healthful for seniors in a myriad of ways and able to extend one's life. Find the right social activities that are most suitable for you. Who knows you might discover a new talent or spark your interest to impress your family and friends.
Create the FEEL GOOD
Factor in You
What do you Gain?
Enhance Physical Health
Healthier endocrine system, blood pressure and cardiovascular function.
Stronger Immune system to fight infectious diseases.
Lower risk of cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis etc.
Reduce risk for Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia
Reduce anxiety, isolation or depression.
Boost of Memory and cognitive function.
Sense of Purpose & Belonging
Seniors who interact within groups tend to offer companionship to each other.
Increase in happiness and ability to share their feelings and thoughts.
Become more caring and considerate.