Caregiver Support

The role of a caregiver can be greatly fulfilling, yet extremely challenging. Besides getting help and support from family members, caregivers and their care recipients can also tap on resources in the community.

Financial Assistance

View a list of subsidies and schemes for caregivers and persons with disabilities.

Financial Planning

Learn how to start financial planning early.

Hospital Support Services

Learn about support services offered by public or community hospitals.

Training Courses

Search for courses based on your caregiver training needs.

Assisted Deputyship Application Programme (ADAP)

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For More Support

To learn more about caregiver support offered by different organisations, please download the following:

​​​​​​​​​​Respite care provides relief to caregivers who are unable to care for their care recipients over a short period of time. Depending on the support needs of the care recipient, there are

community-based facilities such as day activity centre, drop-in disability service or Disability homes.

For more details, please see:

·       Services for Adults with Disabilities

·       Other Programmes​