On 23 February 2019, SUSS signed two Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate on various initiatives to better understand and support the needs of the growing silver generation as well as their caregivers. The MOUs also aim to encourage active ageing and intergenerational bonding.(from left) Ms Lim Lee Nor, Chief Financial Officer, Changi General Hospital; Dr Lee Chien Earn, Chief Executive Officer, Changi General Hospital; Professor Cheong Hee Kiat, President of SUSS; Ms Margaret Lee, Chief Executive Officer, SingHealth Community Hospitals; Ms Marianne Au, Director of Finance, SingHealth Community Hospitals; and Professor Tsui Kai Chong, Provost of SUSS, at the MOU signing ceremony.
The first MOU with Changi General Hospital and SingHealth Community Hospitals serve the Singapore society through healthcare innovation, research and education in the areas of gerontology and caregiving.
(from left) Mr Philip Chan, Secretary, Ang Mo Kio Community Centre Management Committee; Mr Teng Soon Teh, Vice-Chairman, Ang Mo Kio Community Centre Management Committee; Professor Cheong Hee Kiat, President of SUSS; Mr Lim Teck Yin, Chief Executive Officer, Sport Singapore; Mr Lai Chin Kwang, Chief, ActiveSG; and Professor Tsui Kai Chong, Provost of SUSS; at the MOU signing ceremony.
The second MOU is with People’s Association and Sport Singapore (@myActiveSG) to bring together and synergise key capabilities and capacities in promoting active ageing.