Opinion - Jung Younbo
A Nanyang Technological University team is developing simulation tools to help seniors learn important skills at their own pace.
Opinion - Hannah Chia
Even as governments around the world confront greying populations and their implications, advances in technology and medicine are extending lifespans and healthspans, challenging assumptions about what it means to age.
Opinion - Kalyani K. Mehta
Surveying current cross-sector efforts, a veteran gerontologist suggests ways to make Singapore an even more age-friendly city.
Article - Sheng Yee Zher, Johnny Sung, Chia Ying
While age and educational background are key factors influencing our ability to learn, a recent study suggests that enabling technologies and learning methods can help seniors to go further.
Conversation - Emi Kiyota
Ibasho founder Dr Emi Kiyota envisions a future where seniors enjoy a life of meaning and dignity—and make a difference in their communities.
Opinion - Tan Tai Kiat
Technology can be of profound benefit to seniors and their supporters—but it has to be adaptable to individual needs and contexts to be truly useful.
Article - Nadine Chia, Melissa Khoo
Singapore is developing a networked community care system to meet the changing and varied needs of senior in a rapidly ageing society.
Article - Kok Ping Soon
By increasing seniors’ productive capacity, strengthening the ecoysystem functional capacity and changing the social narrative, we can turn ageing from a societal liability to a productive asset for the nation.
"I enjoy a quality of life that is not burdening myself, not burdening my family, not burdening society, and by extension, not burdening the nation. In fact, I’m contributing. I would like to have this dream job as long as possible." — John Franklin Siregar