Local Chinese newspaper carried an article on the growing vibracy in community reading spaces in Singapore. The mobile library at Ren Ci Bukit Batok St. 52 was mentioned in the article. Started a year ago with the support of National Library Board, the library has sinced expanded through a online donation drive that successfully raised […]
Engineer-turned-nurse, Victor Lim recently spoke to local Chinese paper, Lianhe Zaobao of his journey to becoming a nurse and the challenges along the way.
It’s a first in the ILTC sector! Ren Ci leverage on CARES4WOUNDS, a wound management application that is capable of 3D wound imaging, measurement, standardized documentation, trending and remote monitoring, to care for patients with wounds. Mediacorp Channel 8 carried the news.
The power of volunteering dogs made it to Chinese broadcast television, Frontline. The programme dived into the little-known facts about animal assisted therapy and its influence to residents.
SingHealth Superstar recipient, nurse manager, Sister Lingaraj Prabha was interviewed by The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao on her unwavering support to her patients. Her winning group project was also featured in the story. Read the articles from The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao.
The Straits Times carried an article on animal assisted therapy. Ren Ci collaborates with the community to bring treats and delights to our residents. In this article, some furry “therapists” spend a weekend afternoon to engage our seniors. Read on here.