Integrated Day Facility for elderly at former Serangoon Bus Interchange
The old Serangoon Bus interchange will undergo a 3.9 million dollars facelift.
It'll house Singapore's largest Integrated Day Facility or I-D-F which aims to provide better support for the elderly to age-in-place.
The interchange will be redeveloped into a community space for the young and old.
There'll be a childcare, a gym and primary health care facilities.
It'll also be home to the largest Integrated Day Facility so far.
Unlike day care centres, IDFs provide additional services for the frail elderly such as general nursing care, rehabilitation and care for those with dementia.
The facility will be ready by the second half of next year.
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