“Australia is one of the most ethnically diverse societies in the world today and as an aged care provider, we need to continue to learn how to cater for such an extremely broad market, something that ACG does in Malaysia so well” says Ray Creen, CEO of ACH Group.
In Malaysia, the estimated number of dementia cases is projected to reach 261,000 in 2030 and 509, 000 in 2050. It is prudent that we consider our potential encounter with dementia and make feasible financial plans if/when one faces dementia.
Avoiding the subjective feeling of being old is easy. It is simply a matter of continually adapting to new challenges, such as physical and cognitive decline. To do this, we need to call on our resilience, motivation and energy to compensate for deteriorating bodies and minds. The ageing process is a biological fact that we can adjust to.
Aged Care Group signs MoU with ACH Group, South Australia to Deliver an Innovative Care Model in Malaysia
Witnessed by the Honourable Zoe Bettison, Minister for Ageing, the MOU affirms ACH Group would lend ACG their experience and knowledge in developing senior living housing, aged care facilities and elder care services which meets Malaysians’ culture and diversity.
When a person passes on without informing anyone about the will he or she has written, the family situation becomes volatile due to inheritance disputes. Situations like this renders having a will akin to not having a will.
(Wednesday) 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
2 Jalan 4/96, off Jalan Sekuci, Taman Sri Bahtera, Jalan Cheras, 56100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
It is important for family caregivers to learn some skills and have important information at hand to help them provide assistance to their loved ones in both an efficient and [...]
It is important for family caregivers to learn some skills and have important information at hand to help them provide assistance to their loved ones in both an efficient and safe manner. Hospis Malaysia’s Workshop for Caregivers is a multi-session programme that teaches families and caregivers the skills they need to care for a patient at home.
Held once a month, the sessions are designed to introduce the caregiver to some basic caregiving and nursing skills needed to help them better manage the symptoms and effects of a disease.
Time is allotted for a brief information sharing session, hands-on demonstrations, and individual questions. Information on caregiver resources will also be provided. Caregivers will benefit by feeling more confident in caring for their loved one at home and from reduced stress. Workshops are offered at no charge.
Who should attend?
Suitable for anyone who provides care for a patient at home
Date: 29 November 2017 (Wednesday)
Time: 1pm – 3pm
Venue: Hospis Malaysia
Please refer to the chart here for a list of workshops availabe throughout 2017.
For further information, please contact Wai Mun at 03 – 9133 3936 (ext: 267) or email email@example.com.
Please click here to Register Online
HOSPIS MALAYSIA www.hospismalaysia.org