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Special Care for Special Needs

Be in Good Hands, Webstories - guest - July 25, 2015

For Mr Jamil Amin, Ms Grace Sulu and Madam Wu Yujin, securing insurance coverage for their children used to be an uphill battle. Agents would back off upon realising that their children have special needs. Ms Annie Chua, Senior Manager, Personal Lines, NTUC Income said, “The special needs segment is…

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Training Workers Today for Better Jobs Tomorrow

Good progress through life, Webstories - guest - July 24, 2015

Since its inception in 2004, NTUC LearningHub has trained more than 1.6 million people in the workforce, helping them upskill and reskill, to get better jobs and enjoy better lives. It has grown to become one of the largest private continuing education and training schools in Singapore, offering some 1,000…

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All-Rounded Education Without the Hefty Price Tag

Good progress through life, Webstories - guest - July 23, 2015

Three-year-old Sophie enjoys her time at My First Skool with her teachers and friends. She especially enjoys her Chinese lessons. “We don’t speak much Chinese at home. But, because of the teachers here, Sophie is speaking to me in Chinese,” said Mrs Gillian Tay, Sophie’s mother. Mrs Tay opts to…

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Growing Old with Dignity

Be in Good Hands, Webstories - guest - July 22, 2015

“I really like it here,” said Madam Cheong Sek Chew, 74, as she looked around NTUC Health Silver Circle Day Care Centre (Jurong Central). Her friends have just had their tea in the dining area, and while some were getting excited cheering on one of the centre’s staff who had…

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A Labour of Love in the Comforts of Your Home

Be in Good Hands, Webstories - guest - July 21, 2015

Mr Chang Foh Ted, 68, a part-time Senior Care Assistant with NTUC Health Care@home, visits his client, Mr Chiok, aged 89, every other day for two hours each time. When he gets to Mr Chiok’s home, Mr Chang puts on an apron and a pair gloves, and assists Mr Chiok…

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Rice Garden Dishes Out Food For The Soul

Good Value Everyday, Webstories - guest - July 12, 2015

Having a meal for under $2 seems unbelievable these days, but Rice Garden stalls across Singapore offer affordable and nutritious meals starting from as low as $1.99 everyday! Rice Garden, a social outreach programme initiated by NTUC Foodfare during the financial crisis in 2009, aims to provide affordable quality local…

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Practising Honest Insurance

Be in Good Hands, Webstories - guest - July 11, 2015

People do not always understand what their insurance policies cover and making a claim can sometimes become a complicated process. However, NTUC Income’s philosophy of honest insurance gives customers the assurance of fair dealing, clear and fair contracts, transparency and fair claims settlement. In 2010, an Income travel policyholder travelled…

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Standing Tall as A Responsible Retailer

Be in Good Hands, Webstories - guest - July 11, 2015

NTUC FairPrice was set up in 1973 with the social mission to moderate the cost of living in Singapore. Since then, FairPrice has been steadfast in its mission of keeping prices of essentials affordable. It has absorbed GST during economic downturns, helped its SME suppliers tide over financial crises, and…

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Helping Seniors to Age Actively

Be in Good Hands, Webstories - guest - July 11, 2015

NTUC Health’s SilverACE Senior Activity Centre (SAC) at Redhill is not a place where the elderly just watch the world go by. You will find seniors there engaged in different activities like art & craft, mahjong, board games, karaoke, reading and surfing the internet. You will be tempted to taste the…

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Mentoring Our Youths

Be in Good Hands, Webstories - guest - July 10, 2015

Commercial success and community engagement go hand in hand at NTUC Income with about 1,200 staff contributing over 7,500 corporate volunteer hours in the past three years. To celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2010, Income launched OrangeAid – its corporate social responsibility initiative, to equalise, empower and enable youths in…

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