Gosh! Whatever happened to all that good stuff about caregiving that used to be on our website?
Don’t worry! It’s not all gone – we’re just in the midst of rebuilding Caregivers Connect to serve you better. Please bear with us while we are busy doing complicated stuff on our computers – CaregiversConnect.sg will be back soon with a new look, better user experience, and same old, big heart for family caregivers in Singapore.
Alamak… Like That, How to stay Connected?
Don’t worry la. In the meantime, there are a couple of ways to stay in touch with us.
1. You can follow us on our Facebook page for caregiving updates, news, tips, and stories.
We love social media because it helps connect people – and we’re in the (non-profit) business of connecting caregivers. You can also message us directly on our Facebook page.
We won’t send you invitations to play Candy Crush, we promise. You can like us right below.
2. Or you can Sign Up for our Mailing List
Okay. Social media can be too noisy for some of us too. If you feel that way, why not sign up for our mailing list? We’ll send you updates through good, old fashioned email.
Sometimes, there are some exclusive events and offers that we only tell our mailing list subscribers about. So do sign up to get all of that!
We won’t spam you, we promise. You can sign up right below.
3. Call or Email us
If you prefer, you can call us at +65 6511 5318 during our office hours (Mon – Fri, 9 am to 4:30 pm). We are a small but dedicated team who are ready to hear from you and provide assistance in any way we can!
However, we are not just small, but a very busy team too! If you can’t get through to us over the phone, why not drop an email to email@example.com instead? Or just use the form below!
We will get back to you, we promise. You can email us right below.
Until then, we’ll be working hard to get our new website up to serve all family caregivers in Singapore – regardless of whether you’re caring for a loved one with Special Needs, Disability, Terminal / Chronic / Mental Illness, or Old Age.