In this digital interactive report, we highlight C3A's efforts in empowering seniors to age well. Check out our key achievements under Senior Learning, Senior Volunteerism and Positive Ageing.
This 2019 edition showcases the highlights of NSA and outreach efforts in the community, as well as on senior volunteerism and positive ageing.
As an umbrella body in the active ageing landscape, with its focus on lifelong learning, senior volunteerism, and positive ageing, C3A works with and through partners to help third agers age well.
The Council for Third Age, C3A, set up in May 2007, is an agency which promotes active ageing in Singapore through public education, outreach and partnerships.
Everyone ages. The key difference is how you age, and the fulfilment you get from it.
C3A is the umbrella body that promotes active ageing in Singapore. As such, we have strategically placed our focus to be in line with the needs of our seniors. Our three focus areas are Positive Ageing, Lifelong Learning and Senior Volunteerism.
The 1st Positive Ageing Conference was held on 30 September 2015. The speakers include Prof. Lim Siong Guan (keynote speaker), Dr. Christopher Cheok and Dr. Tambyah Siok Kuan.
The Active Ageing e-Directory lists service providers that provide learning and volunteering opportunities, leisure activities and counselling care services for seniors.
C3A remains the driving force for active ageing in the community. Through encouraging lifelong learning, volunteerism, and positive ageing amongst 3rd agers, we have fostered a spirit of self-discovery and active living.
A simple toolkit to help kickstart, boost and chart the progress of your wellness levels over time.
Read about the 7 Dimensions of Wellness in the Positive Ageing magazine.
The year 2013 has been a fruitful and remarkable year for Council for Third Age (C3A). With our constant efforts to promote active ageing among seniors, we have seen joint-community efforts striving for this goal.
You can now download the digital versions of our Magazines and gain useful tips on active ageing and be inspired by stories on active seniors.
The year 2012 has been a fruitful and remarkable year for Council for Third Age (C3A). With our constant efforts to promote active ageing among seniors, we have seen joint-community efforts striving for this goal.
C3A aims to cultivate the concept of lifelong learning and active living while enhancing mental and social wellbeing of seniors.
C3A promotes the concept of successful ageing and understanding of social perspectives in ageing, through the participation of curriculum.
C3A encourages seniors to continue staying engaged with society and in the workforce for as long as possible.
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