4 key recommendations -Housing, accessibility, caring, opportunities.
Housing: The should be a place for the elderly to live in and houses should not be subjective to only young people but instead, everyone should live together with the elderly to live in harmony.
Accessibility: Their means of transport will be easy to access and safe for their use. Such transport will allow the seniors to come out of their homes and not be restricted in their room.
Caring: Seniors will have easy access to have their needs taken cared for example-their health, so that Singapore will be a country that has the young and the old.
Opportunities: To allow the elderly to interact with the people around them, their friends and families. to give opportunities to the elderly so that they will be able to enjoy life with the rest of Singapore. Also to give the elderly a chance so that people will accept elderly as part of their community.
- State ONE way that the CAI report is recommending to make our public housing more elderly-friendly
They are able to built the elderly a house that suits their every need to make their life easy.
State TWO ways on how we can ensure that the quality of elderly care here in Singapore is affordable
The government could help subsidize some of the medical bills for families who have a low monthly income. Another way would be to learn the skills to treat the elderly so that we do not need to go to the clinic or hospital whenever something happens.
After reading the CAI report, what do you are theTHREE things that you can do, as an SST student, to help overcome these elderly challenges
1. Help give the elderly a chance to enjoy life- interact with the elderly, talk to them, play with them.
2. Help them in their daily life if the have any problem with traveling or commuting around Singapore
3. Participate in community service that help the elderly, organise games to help strengthen the bond between the young and old.