Are You a Caregiver?
It is time to make YOU a priority.
It is not selfish, it is truly necessary!
The ART of CAREGIVING is an opportunity to gain essential life-skills, effective strategies and self-care tips that are useful in your journey as a caregiver. You can also look forward to setting your mind at ease and alleviate stress while having fun in our art jamming session (as part of art therapy). Caregiving is easier when you are NOT doing it alone.
So come and join us!
22 July 2017, Saturday, 10am – 4pm
The Grassroots Club
(Banquet Hall, Level 3)
190 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Singapore 568046
MRT Station: North South Line, NS15 Yio Chu Kang Station, EXIT B
Bus Service: 13, 79, 72, 76, 162, 825 (Yio Chu Kang Bus Terminal)
|10.30 am||Building Effective Communication in Caregiving|
by motivational speaker, Mdm Rasimah Jar
|1.30pm||Get Your Picasso On!|
– An art jamming session for caregivers
|4.00pm||See you again!|
Download the Caregivers Training Grant (CTG) application form by clicking here. In the CTG form, you will need to Complete Section A2, C and Declaration by Care-Recipient. Please submit all completed forms and photocopies of both you and your Care-Recipient’s NRIC (back and front) to AWWA Caregiver Service.
Alternatively, if it is all too confusing, you can come down to AWWA Caregiver Service @ Boon Keng. We will be happy to assist you.
The closing date for registration is 17 July 2017, Monday. For more information on registration and eligibility criteria of CTG, do call us at 6511 5318.
*Registration fee applies. Caregivers (immediate family members) who are looking after their elderly loved ones and/or persons with disabilities can use the Caregiver’s Training Grant (CTG) to subsidise the registration fee. CTG participant co-pays $10 ONLY!
For an unsuccessful application of CTG Grant, the registration fee is $60. Please call us at 6511 5318 for information and details of CTG eligibility criteria.
Payment Mode: By cash or cheque (non-refundable); all payments are to be made at AWWA Caregiver Service, latest by Monday, 17 July 2017. Seats are confirmed upon full payment on first-come, first-served basis. For payments using cheques, you can mail your crossed cheque (made payable to AWWA Ltd – Caregiver Service) to:
AWWA Caregiver Service
Blk 6 Boon Keng Road, #01-52, Singapore 330006
Attention: The ART of CAREGIVING
About the Topic:
Building Effective Communication In Caregiving
Caregivers will learn to develop effective communication skills that would be useful when communicating and dealing with their caregiving team (comprising of family members and professionals). Caregivers will also learn how to define their responsibilities, to ask when they need help or cannot cope as well as acquire skills to manage expectations proactively.
About the Speaker:
Mdm Rasimah Jar is the Founder of 3 Training & Consultancy agencies and has 25 years of work experience in the various fields of Psychology, Peak Performance, Success Leadership and Management, Child and Family Development, Parenting, Counselling and Relationship Coaching. She holds a Masters in Early Childhood Education and Bachelor in Psychology and Economics.
Mdm Rasimah has been developing practical programmes and conducting seminars, talks, training workshops for children, youths, parents, families, teachers, volunteers and professionals since 1993. She also conducts counselling and meditation for individuals, couples and families on regular basis.
About the Art Jamming:
Art is a wonderful hobby and team sports are fun. What if we combined the two? Wouldn’t that be amazing? Art Jamming is when a group of people get together and explore creativity, and joy through art.
The art-jam involves a group of 10 and lasts for approximately 2 hours. Every member has access to all the necessary art supplies. There is no prerequisite to know how to paint or draw. There are no hard and fast rules, much like any other kind of artistic activity. The main idea is to let the creativity flow and to let everyone explore their artistic side. Art Jamming is for absolutely anyone and everyone! And we bet, caregivers will enjoy themselves in this one-of-a-kind session. The art-jamming activity for caregivers will be conducted by Outdoor in Asia (OIA).