Find out what makes a home smart, elderly and dementia inclusive.
16 Oct 2023
12:00pm – 1:30pm
Free. Registration is only approved if your myLibrary username is verified.
Online Programme/Event Administrative Information:
- This programme is conducted entirely online. You may access Zoom via the app or using a web browser.
- Please ensure that you enter a valid email address as you will receive an email with the link to the online programme/event near the day of the programme/event.
- The link of the programme should not be shared with others.
- Do ensure you have a strong internet connection. Using your mobile data is not recommended.
- The National Library Board, Singapore (NLB) reserves the right in its absolute discretion to disqualify or refuse admission to any registrant without any reason and notice.
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This programme/event is open to members of the National Library Board, Singapore and those who are aged 50 years and above. Please ensure you have your myLibrary username on hand before proceeding with the registration. If you do not have a myLibrary username, you can create one here.
Do you often hear the terms, “smart home”, “elderly-inclusive” and “dementia-inclusive” being bandied about but are unsure what it means? Jointly organised by the National Library Board (NLB) and Nanyang Polytechnic, join this talk to learn about the benefits of living in a home that meets all these criteria, with highlights on areas to pay attention to when setting up such a home for your household!
Disclaimer: All content and advice shared during the programme are for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Dr Wan-Koo May Yeok
Dr Wan is a Deputy Director (RIE & Projects) with Nanyang Polytechnic. She holds a PhD (University of Manchester, UK), a MSc Advanced Practice (Critical Care) with Distinction (University of Surrey, UK), and a Bachelor’s Degree, Nursing (La Trobe University, Australia). She has been involved in various dementia related projects since 2010.
This programme is suitable for caregivers and those aged 50 and above.