Mediation provides a cost-effectiveness and efficient alternative for businesses in challenging situations. SMC aims to reach out to our end-users, the business community, to increase awareness of the alternative dispute resolution systems in Singapore, especially mediation and advocate its benefits as a strategic tool for growth.
15-16 May 2015: Community Care Forum 2015
AIC is pleased to organize the upcoming Community Care Forum (CCF) 2015: A Conversation about Tomorrow’s Care, to be held at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel Singapore from 15 to 16 May 2015.
Dr Amy Khor, Senior Minister of State for Health and Manpower, Singapore, will be the Guest-of-Honour for the Forum.
Join us at the Forum to imagine, rethink and develop a better tomorrow for our clients and caregivers through the three forum themes:
- Community Care
- Imagine, Dream and Evaluate about tomorrow’s care
- Caregiver Well-Being & Mental Health
Come explore and share with us the aspiration to build care for the future that better meet evolving needs. Explore new models of care through innovations, use of information technology and embracing design concepts. Learn more about trends and thoughts in person-centric care for people with dementia, end-stage diseases, and complex health and social situations.
The main Forum will be complemented by pre-forum workshops held on 14 May 2015. This will focus on emerging developments for End-of-Life Care, Dementia Care and Motivational Interviewing.
This Forum aims to bring together over 800 participants including health and social care professionals, researchers, administrators and civil society players from Singapore and all over the world.
We look forward to having strong participation from SMC and would greatly appreciate it if you could help encourage your colleagues and staff to attend this Forum. Early bird registration ends on 16 March 2015 so don’t forget to sign up before then!