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What does Society for the Aged Sick do?

Society for the Aged Sick (SAS) is a non-profit nursing home providing residential and respite care to those in need of daily skilled nursing care, assistance with activities of daily living, and emotional support. Our services include medical care, nursing care, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dietary services, dental care, and social service support. We cater to the needs of our residents, who are mostly wheelchair-bound or bed-bound due to ageing and chronic sickness. Our dedicated team provides quality care, patient education, counselling, rehabilitation programs, and activities that enrich their lives.




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  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1984
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Providing essential care services to vulnerable elderly individuals who cannot be cared for at home, particularly those from less privileged backgrounds.
  • Offering a range of medical and therapeutic services such as nursing care, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dental care, and dietary services to improve residents' quality of life.
  • Emotional support for residents through social service teams and dedicated volunteers who organize activities that enrich their lives and provide a sense of community.
  • Promoting fall prevention, pain management, continence management, skin care, and oral hygiene among residents with age-related illnesses and chronic sicknesses.
  • Providing psychosocial support to both residents and their families through medical social workers who offer patient education,

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Fundraising Efficiency

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Program Expense Ratio

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