Kampung (“village” in Malay) is where we feel at home. Everyone is welcomed warmly, like part of a big family.
At the Wellness Kampung, you can take part in exercises and learn about healthy eating. There are also health talks and cooking sessions. You can pick up health tips and encourage one another to adopt healthier lifestyles. If you have questions, our community nurses will be there every week to help you understand more about your health condition and treatment.
But that’s not all! You can start your own interest group, bring your “kakis” or join other residents in activities such as singing, playing card games, calligraphy, craft and repair work, gardening and language classes.
In recognition for its effort in supporting the community as well as for its sustainable social design, the Wellness Kampung has clinched the following awards in 2019:
Where is Wellness Kampung located?
Wellness Kampung is at the void decks of: Blk 765 Yishun Central, Blk 115 Chong Pang, Blk 260 Nee Soon East
Do I have to pay to join Wellness Kampung?
No. Membership is free!
Do I have to register beforehand?
No. Just walk in!
If I do not stay in Yishun, can I still join Wellness Kampung?
Yes. All are welcome!
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Memories of family get-togethers around a steaming pot of soup. That’s how the idea for Share a Pot® came about. Since it started in 2014, there are now over 30 Share a Pot venues across Singapore.
Share a Pot brings together community partners, supporters and volunteers to encourage the elderly to exercise regularly, eat nutritious food and build strong bonds of friendship. The aim is to help our seniors improve their well-being with better nutrition, and by staying active and engaged in the community.
“For a year, I did not get to go out as I was sick and had a fall. After coming here to exercise, I have become healthier. I was able to make friends and talk to them too!
For a year, I did not get to go out as I was sick and had a fall. After coming here to exercise, I have become healthier. I was able to make friends and talk to them too!
How is Share
a Pot run?
Volunteers help to register participants, do simple health checks, lead exercises and of course, cook the soups. Depending on the interests and needs of the seniors, they may also tweak the programme and activities.
How often is Share
a Pot held?
a Pot is held once during the week at various locations.
Where are the Share
a Pot locations?
a Pot is held at various community spaces throughout the week.
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