We hosted our fifth annual School Fun Day last week Wednesday, and it was such a fun time with our student’s families and friends. Want to join the Stratford family?
Ever since Stratford first opened its doors, our mission has been to provide the absolute best learning environment, coupled with educators who care and who are amongst the most highlight qualified in their field! It makes sense for us to formalise and codify what we believe into 2 distinct descriptions; We are Stratford, a placeContinue reading “Mission Statement”
In partnership with Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Lifeline has supplied the Malaysian Airport with Staxi pushchairs for the ‘Happy Guests, Caring Hosts’ Service Culture and ‘Senior Citizen and Family-Friendly’ Transformation Programme, one of the various efforts carried out by the airport to create a more enjoyable and pleasant experience for travellers at the airport. AccordingContinue reading “Lifeline has supplied the Malaysian Airport with Staxi pushchairs”
The Snoezelen® Approach to Dementia Care The use of Snoezelen® and Multi Sensory Environments is now main stream practice in the care of older people with dementia and is supported by a number of organisations including the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE). The NICE guidelines ‘Dementia: Supporting people with dementia and their carers in health and social careContinue reading “SNOEZELEN for Older Adults”
Genius retired Institute of Technical Education (ITE) lecturer, Tan Ban Ho, is the creator of the two-seater e-wheelchair. The 73-year-old first bought a S$600 unicycle in September 2016 to aid in his outings with his wife, who is wheelchair-bound. Unicycle wheelchair innovation However, in slightly over a year after getting his unicycle, Tan continued to improviseContinue reading “Retired ITE lecturer created another genius contraption: A hoverboard wheelchair”
When her mother fell seriously ill in 2010, Ms Janet Koh Hui Kheng says she was initially “in denial” that her mum would need full-time care. “I was 54 then. I didn’t want to give up work,” says Ms Koh, now 61. Having worked as a secretary for more than 30 years, she was worriedContinue reading “Giving up a career to care for elderly parents”
A stroke in May last year did not kill Mr Goh Keng Char, but the depression that followed almost did. Before the stroke, Mr Goh, then 77, lived alone in a one-bedroom Housing Board rental flat in Toa Payoh. His flat-mate of over 10 years had died a year earlier. When he was discharged fromContinue reading “I’d rather die than go to a home”