The Government has put in place 7 schemes to help senior citizens during their retirement years.
The Home Access Programme aims to close the digital divide by providing affordable broadband bundle package to low-income households.
Under SkillsFuture Credit, Singapore Citizens aged 25 years and above will receive an initial credit of $500 from 2016.
Get government subsidies for Care@home services delivered by NTUC Health's team of healthcare professionals and trained caregivers in the comfort and privacy of your own home.
A new Silver Support Scheme will be implemented around the first quarter of 2016 to provide an income supplement to elderly Singaporeans with lesser means in their retirement years.
Pioneers receive an extra 50% off subsidised medication at Polyclinics and subsidised Specialist Outpatient Clinics (SOCs)
The Singapore Silver Line is a toll-free and one-stop national helpline providing convenient access to information to all eldercare and caregiving support services
On 1 Aug 2014, the age criterion for Enhancement for Active Seniors (EASE) Direct Application has been lowered to allow more seniors to benefit from the EASE programme.
HDB's Studio Apartments (SA) are designed to meet the needs of elderly residents.