The Centre for Applied Research at SUSS, in collaboration with the National Council of Social Service and The Ngee Ann Kongsi is conducting a longitudinal survey to assess the experiences, activities and well-being of all residents in 1,000 Singaporean households.
The annual survey, conducted yearly over a 5-year period, will examine the challenges and changes in caregiving arrangement, grandparenting, help-seeking behaviours, and how these factors influence mental and physical well-being of all household members.
The study is a household panel study of 1,000 Singaporean households. All participants will be interviewed face to face on their daily activities and experiences. The total sample size is estimated to be 3,000.
The longitudinal study also documents change over 5 years, quantifying economic conditions such as employment alongside contribution/value beyond monetary terms such as caregiving, social support and intergeneration transfers.