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Care Planning

​Resources and services available to support self-care or the care of your loved ones​.


Care Planning

Numerous resources and services are available to support self-care or the care of your loved ones. If you are unsure where to begin, consult our ​Medical Social Workers f​or guidance.

Our MSWS will assess and advise what are suitable services that you or your loved ones can apply for, and guide you through the application process.

​There are various types of services available to patients, including the following:

Home-Based Services

Home-based services cater to homebound patients by providing continuity of care in the community.

​​Examples of home-based services:
  • ​Home Nursing
  • Home Medical
  • Home Hospice
  • Meals-On-Wheels
  • Medical Escort and Transport
  • Befriending Services
  • Home Therapy
  • Home Personal Care (HPC)

Centre-Based Services

Centre-based services cater to the differing needs of our patients such as regular community rehabilitation, day-time supervision or caregiving, socialization opportunities, etc. Patients can expect to benefit from the physical and mind-stimulating activities under the supervision of professionals. ​

Examples of centre-based services:

  • Active Ageing Centre
  • ​Day Rehabilitation Centre
  • Day Care Centre
  • Dementia Day Care Centre
  • Hospice Day Care Centre
  • Integrated Home and Day Care

Residential Care

Residential care caters to patients who need long-term or interim placement in view of their care needs.

Examples of residential care services:

  • Voluntary ​Nursing Home
  • Respite Care Nursing Home
  • Inpatient Hospice
  • Senior Group Home
  • Sheltered Home
  • Adult Disability Home
  • Crisis Shelter

For more details on the various services available, you may refer to the Agency of Integrated Care’s website:​​.

  1. ​​What are the charges for these services? Is financial assistance available?

    Subsidies are based on the household financial situation determined by means-testing. These subsidies only apply to Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents. ​

    Prior to the start of service, you will be contacted by the service providers to inform you of the charges. ​

    If you have difficulties with payments of the subsidized services, you may approach the relevant service providers or MSWs for advise.​

  2. If I am keen to apply for the above services, what do I need to do?​

    You can approach AICarelink office for applications of services at the outpatient setting. You may also approach our MSW department for care discussions.​

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