In 2021, a study by Singapore Management University (SMU) shows 52% of Singaporeans ranked the end-of-life life stage important, as compared to birth (4%) and marriage (7%). Yet only 53% of respondents interviewed would plan for the end-of-life stage, compared to 97% and 93% indicating that they would plan for marriage and births respectively.
Having conversations about end-of-life matters meant discussing with loved ones our medical care preferences, financial matters, and personal welfare. When we passed on, our loved ones can carry out our wishes, leaving them with fond memories and little regrets.
Relive.Relief project aims to raise awareness about end-of-life planning in Singapore. We offer workshops and talks to educate the community about the different planning tools available. Through educational sessions, the participants can reflect on their end-of-life goals.
For more information about Relive.Relief project, please email us at [email protected] or call 9635 8900.
Advance Care Planning (ACP) is the process of planning for your future healthcare and personal care needs.
Having ACP conversations allows you to:
Share your personal values and beliefs
Talk about your healthcare preferences
Appoint your Nominated Healthcare Spokesperson
Reduce your loved ones’ burden in difficult decision-making.