Media Coverage
Date                Media                                  Title                                                                                                                
 20-Oct-15 TODAY
Silver lining in Ageing
28-Jul-14
Business Times
Bang for silver buck missing?', 'Some cash in early to meet growing and sophisticated senior demand', Age-segmented marketing may not work', Print Edition, Page 1, 4 and 5.
 15-Jul-14  Happy TV Growing Old in Singapore (Part 4): Fears of Ageing
When we see an older person struggling to walk do we really appreciate what it must be like to be the shadow of the person we once were? Do we really understand what the aging process involves? In Part 4 of our panel discussion on Growing Old in Singapore our experts discuss the ageing process and what it means to be old.
Professor K. Ranga Krishnan, Dean of the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, gives us an insight into how loneliness can lead to health problems. He explains in depth the withdrawal process and how loneliness leads to depression and heart problems.
Host: Kenneth Liang
Speakers : Professor K. Ranga Krishnan, Elson Soh, Janice Chia, Dr. Thang Leng Leng, Terrence Teo, Bill Teoh, Francis Chowdhurie
Copyright: Happy-TV Media Pte Ltd

15-Jul-14  Happy TV

Growing Old in Singapore (Part 6): Retirement Villages

Are there enough services for the old? If not, what can be done to make things better for senior citizens? In Part 6 of our discussion on  Growing Old in Singapore we look at the future of retirement services. Are there enough services for the old? If not, what can be done to make things better for senior citizens? Leading the discussion, Janice Chia, founder of  Ageing Asia Pte Ltd, talks about her desire to change the way future generations of elderly age in the Asia Pacific. Her mission is to engage the business community to create better products and services that will enable healthy, independent and dignified ageing. Explaining more about her plans for virtual retirement villages Janice sees the sandwiched middle classes as her target customers. “I think in Singapore, if you are really poor, you can apply for a lot of government subsidies to help you and if you are really, really rich, you can pay for your own thing.”The scheme is membership based and has an activity co-ordinator for every 30-50 members. Services cover a variety of needs from trips to hospital and shopping, to social activities. Her aim is to try and bring back the Kampong spirit. But is the scheme financially prohibitive? Janice gives an example that a 3 hour trip to a hospital with a driver and a companion would cost in the region of $300. Is that too expensive? Tune in and find out more about the scheme and decide if it is a workable for Singaporean’s older generation.

Host: Kenneth Liang
Speakers : Professor K. Ranga Krishnan, Elson Soh, Janice Chia, Dr. Thang Leng Leng, Terrence Teo, Bill Teoh, Francis Chowdhurie
Copyright: Happy-TV Media Pte Ltd

25-Jun-14

TODAY Online
Reducing loss of muscle mass in the elderly
25-Apr-14 People's Daily  新加坡的银发产业

23-Apr-14

DPS News

Australia voted 'world leader' in seniors care

17-Apr-14

Hospital & Agedcare

Sydney's Mark Moran Group aged care hailed best in Asia Pacific

10-Apr-14 

Scoop International News

International recognition for two Palmerston North eldercare initiatives

10-Apr-14

Voxy New Zealand Online

International recognition for two Palmerston North eldercare initiatives

10-Apr-14

7 News

International recognition for two Palmerston North eldercare initiatives

10-Apr-14

YAHOO New Zealand

International recognition for two Palmerston North eldercare initiatives                              

10-Apr-14

DPS News

RDNS scoops top international awards

9-Apr-14

Australian Ageing Agenda

News Digest

4-Apr-14

Australian Ageing Agenda

Making waves in Singapore

4-Apr-14

J-Wire Online

Sydney's Monte wins award for hotel quality catering

4-Apr-14

The Straits Times

Lack of exercise bigger killer than smoking ageing forum told

2-Apr-14

938 Live

ASPIRE55 Singapore

17-Feb-14

TODAY Online

Let's look beyond just healthcare and also promote independent ageing

23-Dec-13

Agence France Presse

Asia's long-stay schemes lure foreigners

8-Dec-13   

Asia One 

Asia new home for foreign retirees

20-Nov-13

Bloomberg                             

Asia’s New Ageing Rich Break Family Bonds for Gilded Retirement         

24-Oct-13

The Straits Times

One-stop portal to cater to seniors

23-Oct-13 

TODAY Online

A virtual retirement village in the offing, so seniors can age at home

23-Oct-13

TODAY Online

Japanese firm looking to robots to help with manpower issue

20-Sep-13                     

Birmingham Post

ExtraCare hosts international conference in advance of next retirement village opening                               

12-Jul-13

China Daily 

The Aging Centrury

17-May-13            

Transforming the Nation’s Healthcare                  

Major win for telehealth project

3-May-13

DPS News

Putting ‘fun’ in aged care

2-May-13

TODAY Online

Overseas players eye a share of the S’pore home-care pie

29-Apr-13

Aged Care Online

BlueCross Wins Inaugural Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovations Award

27-Apr-13

Business Mirror

Foreign chambers piloting PHL takeoff as retirement haven

24-Apr-13

TODAY Online

Getting better and staying healthy, together

24-Apr-13

CDNews Taiwan

新加坡2017年銀髮商機將達370億美元

23-Apr-13

GMA News Online

Retirement industry leaders: Long-stay visas will expand PHL ‘silver market’                                                         

20-Apr-13

Sharing the Lion City

Singapore Ranked Third in APAC for Silver Industry Potential

19-Apr-13

Telecare Aware

‘Virtual visits’ win Singapore innovation award

19-Apr-13

Asia One

‘Silver economy, not tsunami’

19-Apr-13

Asia One

Sizing up savings, needs of the aged

18-Apr-13

Pulse+IT Magazine

RDNS wins innovation award for virtual nurse telehealth project

18-Apr-13

Hong Kong Business

Hong Kong grabs top spot in silver economy index survey

18-Apr-13

Singapore Business Review

38% of Singapore’s population will be senior citizens by 2050

18-Apr-13

IT Wire

RDNS telehealth wins international ICT award

17-Apr-13

TODAY Online

Ageing population an ‘opportunity, not a social challenge’

17-Apr-13

BusinessMirror

Foreign chambers prepare retirement industry for takeoff

17-Apr-13

Asia Healthcare Blog

Ageing Asia Investment Forum Day 2

16-Apr-13

Ministry of Social and Family Development

The Ageing Asia Investment Forum – Official Speech: Minister Chan Chun Sing

16-Apr-13

Xin Msn

Singapore ranks third in silver industry market potential index by Ageing Asia

16-Apr-13

Sina Blog

亚洲养老产业投资论坛

16-Apr-13

Asia Healthcare Blog

Ageing Asia Investment Forum Day 1

16-Apr-13

The Straits Times

Singapore ranks third of 15 countries in Ageing Asia Silver Economy Index

18-Apr-13

Australia Ageing Agenda

International win for nurse-led telehealth service

16-Apr-13

Channel News Asia

Singapore third largest silver industry market potential in Asia

10-Apr-13

eHealthspace

Melbourne virtual nurse service nominated for Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation award

10-Mar-13      

Asia Healthcare Blog

Two Voices from Asia’s Senior Living Industry

4-Mar-13

Hong Kong Economic Times

Smart Aging

14-Feb-13

Stuff Co, NZ

Elderly: Don’t let freedom go

14-Feb-13

YAHOO New Zealand

Aged care sector needs to ‘refocus on happiness

7-Feb-13  

TODAY Online

Connecting Seniors & Youth through Art

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