You Can Help

The Lodge greatly values our volunteers who provide care and support to our residents and clients, and allow them to live a more dignified person-centred life. We welcome volunteers who are keen to work with us to facilitate and even co-create our unique programmes.

As part of the Lodge’s volunteer management, volunteers will be screened and allocated to the various models of care based on our needs and the volunteers’ skills and talents. Volunteers will undergo training on dementia, person centred care, and on the proper handling techniques. They will be assigned supervisors and/or buddies during their stint.


Types of Volunteering

In-Lodge Volunteers

Volunteers interested in forming connections with our residents, assisting in daily interactions and co-facilitating activities.

Therapy Through Work (TTW) Volunteers

Volunteers participating in our Therapy Through Work program will assist senior individuals in engaging in job-related activities at different work settings.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How long will I need to commit?

As the fundamental pillar of our care approach is person-centred care, we require a minimum commitment period of 3 months. It is also important to be devoted in carrying out assigned activities dependably and reliably

How old do I need to be to volunteer?

The minimum age is 18 years of age.

Will I receive any help or guidance as a volunteer?

For new volunteers, the on-boarding process includes a general orientation to our Lodge and Training session on how to care for persons with dementia. Depending on the area of service, additional in-house training may be required to enhance your experience. On the ground, experienced care staff will be present to provide guidance.

If you are keen and committed to volunteer with us, kindly fill up the form and we'll be in contact with you soon.

Join us in empowering Persons with Dementia

Your generous donation will go into helping us enable and empowering Persons with Dementia to continue a life with meaning and purpose.

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