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CAL in the Media

The collection below lists instances in which CAL was featured by the media: in newspapers, on television and on radio. Also included are other mentions, such as in publications and speeches. Know something that's not included? Notify us about it through our website's enquiries form!

16 March 2024

WIN Caregiver Support Network will expand to five new districts this June
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CAL is proud to announce the expansion of the WIN Caregivers Network to five new areas across Singapore, following the successful pilot programme with community partners People's Association Women's Integration Network (WIN) Council and Women's Executive Committees (WEC), which benefitted over 300 caregivers. From June 2024, we hope to offer help, hope and friendship to even more caregivers - those in Toa Payoh West-Thomson, Eunos, Chong Pang, Kampong Chai Chee and Boon Lay. 

Read on and journey with CAL's C2C-PMHI Alumni cum Volunteer Trainer, Alice Loo and how CAL's C2C programmes have helped her understand and manage her loved one with schizophrenia. 

16 March 2024

Caregiver support network expands to five new areas including Eunos and Chong Pang
The Straits Times
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CAL is proud to announce the expansion of the WIN Caregivers Network to five new areas across Singapore, following the successful pilot programme with community partners People's Association Women's Integration Network (WIN) Council and Women's Executive Committees (WEC), which benefitted over 300 caregivers. From June 2024, we hope to offer help, hope and friendship to even more caregivers - those in Toa Payoh West-Thomson, Eunos, Chong Pang, Kampong Chai Chee and Boon Lay. 

17 January 2024

Would you change jobs in your 40s or 50s? These women made a midlife career switch with no regrets
CNA Lifestyle
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In this feature article celebrating women forging new paths in pursuit of purposeful careers, meet former CAL staff Michelle Tan, who leaped from the world of advertising into social services. Her caregiving journey to her late mother with cancer encouraged her to redefine success in her professional life. Michelle, who was first a volunteer trainer before joining CAL as an Outreach Manager, has formally completed her graduate diploma in social work with the Singapore University of Social Sciences, and hopes to continue and be of service to those in need.

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