ELDEX Asia 2022 Trade Conference (28 October 2022) Suntec Hall 403

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ELDEX Asia 2022 Trade Conference (28 October 2022) Suntec Hall 403

ELDEX Asia Trade Conference: Age Inclusive Spaces, Adaptive Renovations, Global Innovative Living Models, Age-in-Place & Future Mobility.

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Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre Hall 403 1 Raffles Boulevard Singapore, 039593 Singapore

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ELDEX Asia's Day 2 features a complimentary trade conference focusing on the inclusive cities of the future on senior care and the design of new generation eldercare services.

Our panel of industry stalwarts will provide insights on how cities can optimise, enable and promote healthy, engaging, safe and fulfilling inter-generational communities. Starting from "community ageing-with-place" to assisted living options to adatptive renovations of personal spaces helping seniors age-in-place. Prof Fung John Chye will kick-start the conference with his keynote.

With demographic changes due to rapid ageing, new generation services are needed to create age-inclusive facilities including public transport and eldercare services. Join Mr Ang Wei Neng, President, Strides Mobility Services, Strides Mobility Pte Ltd & Member of Parliament for West Coast GRC, to find out what the future of community mobility for older adults looks like. Learn from Dr Bernard Lee the options of non-surgical pain treatment to help and encourage seniors to stay active and mobile.

Our international speakers will also share their knowledge on global innovative retirement living models and how the Korean govenement design silver towns.

We cordially invite all interested professionals including architects, designers, urban city planners, community stakeholders, social service practitioners, aged-care service providers to join us in this exciting line-up of events.

Reserve your seat for this conference here. Pre-register at https://fireworksvirtual.com/sg-eldex-reg/ for your pass to visit the exhibition. Admission is free.