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Note: 
As our healthcare colleagues are currently busy with precautionary measures in view of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus situation, we have decided to postpone the Community Care Conference 2020 slated for 13 to 15 February. 

We look forward to running this event in the later part of the year and will be rolling forward all registration details and payment made. The committee will update you once details of the date and venue are confirmed. Registered participants will be re-confirmed closer to the conference date with an opportunity to swap delegates names. Administrative notes on how to do this will also be provided. In the meantime, if you have any queries do feel free to reach out to conference_enquiries@aic.sg 

We thank you for your support and look forward to providing details of the conference in the coming months.  

Aligned with the national thrusts of moving beyond hospital to community, and beyond healthcare to health, the Community Care sector has become a vital component of Singapore’s health system. These shifts require “out of the box” thinking and an interdisciplinary approach to the concepts of elderhood and Community Care. As the focus is less on managing diseases but more on maintaining physical, mental, and social health, practitioners and policymakers must now integrate geriatrics with gerontological insights when planning services and interventions. This new paradigm is being presented for the first time in this forthcoming Community Care Conference (CCC2020). 

The scientific programme has been carefully curated to elicit fresh views and critique from international thought leaders and practitioners on Singapore’s efforts in helping our seniors prepare for their third and fourth ages through community engagement, infrastructure planning, and refinement of care models. We hope that the conversations at this conference would help seed ideas and inspire innovations within the health and social ecosystems.


Pre-Conference Workshops

Session Research or Programme Evaluation Relationships and Intimacy Community Health Creating an Environment for Ageing in Place Ageing Meaningfully Site Visits
Half-day
AM
Workshop 2:
Qualitative Methods and its Application in Programme Evaluation
Workshop 3:
Intimacy and Romantic Relationships in Nursing Homes - Implications for Practice
Workshop 4:
Whole Person, Whole Family, Whole Community, Whole System - Local Area Coordination in England, Wales and Western Australia

Workshop 5:
Making Sense of Social Prescribing - A Complement to Traditional Healthcare
Workshop 7:
Gerontechnology - Opportunities and Challenges
Workshop 10:
Experiencing Joy through Music and Movement: The Orff Schulwerk Approach
Workshop 6:
Singapore's Community Care Sector Learning Journey*

*Full-day session
Half-day
PM
Workshop 1:
Implementation Research – An Alternative Approach in Programme Evaluation
Workshop 8:
Eldercare with a Human Touch - Humanitude
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Workshop 9:
Creative Singing and Movement to Better Health for Seniors


Click here to download the preliminary programme. 
Click here to download the pre-conference workshops. 

Please note that the programme and workshops will be updated regularly. 

Thank you for your submissions! The Call for Abstracts is now closed.


Registration is compulsory for all presenting authors to secure a place on the programme. Presenting author of the each accepted abstract will receive a discount either by registering before the early bird deadline or using the presenter discount code when the early bird discount deadline has passed. 


All abstract presenters will be asked to confirm their attendance at https://ccc2020.exordo.com after receiving the notification. Presenters are expected to register for the conference by 30 November 2019.


Keynote Speaker

​Professor Ichiro Kawachi
John L. Loeb and Frances Lehman Loeb Professor of Social Epidemiology, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, United States of America


Overseas Speakers

​Mr Cormac Russell 
Managing Director of Nurture Development, and Faculty Member of the Asset-Based Community Development Institute, Northwestern University, Chicago, United States of America

Professor Daniel Lai Wing Leung 
Chair Professor of Social Work and Gerontology, and Director of the Institute of Active Ageing, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China

Professor Du Peng
Director of the Institute of Gerontology, and Vice President of Renmin University of China, People’s Republic of China


Programme Highlights

​Assistant Professor Erin Yelland
Assistant Professor in Adult Development and Aging, School of Family Studies and Human Services, College of Health and Human Sciences, Kansas State University, United States of America

​Professor Hsu Yeh-Liang
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Director of Gerontechnology Research Center, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan

​Professor Jenny Billings
Professor of Applied Health Research, Centre for Health Services Studies, University of Kent, United Kingdom

Programme Highlights

Mr Joao Araujo
Humanitude Instructor and Consultant, Institute Gineste Marescotti, Portugal

Ms Michele McCreadie
General Manager, interRAI Services, TAS, New Zealand

Dr Miwako Honda
Director, Geriatric Research Center, National Hospital Organization Tokyo Medical Centre, Japan

Ms Nicola Kay
Deputy Director, NHS England and NHS Improvement, Personalised Care, United Kingdom

​Professor Philip Sloane
 Distinguished Professor, Director of Academic Advancement, University of North Carolina, United States of America


Programme Highlights

Mr Ralph Broad
Director, Inclusive Neighbourhoods, Founder and Specialist Advisor, Local Area Coordination Network, United Kingdom

​Professor Sheryl Zimmerman
Distinguished Professor, Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development, University of Illinois, United States of America


Programme Highlights

​Associate Professor Vivian Lou
Director of the Sau Po Centre on Ageing, Department of Social Work and Social Administration of the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China

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