Forever Young: Ageing with Success


The current generation of Singaporeans are living longer than their predecessors, but they may also be at greater risk of chronic health conditions and cognitive decline. We invite you to participate in our upcoming holistic workshop designed to provide you with the knowledge and practical tools to navigate older adulthood with vitality. In this workshop, we will delve into the physical and cognitive changes associated with ageing, offering participants insights into optimising their health and mobility as they enter this phase of life.

Through small group discussions and reflective exercises, participants will foster resilience in the face of challenges such as life transitions and physical decline. Moreover, we will introduce preventative health strategies and explore the contribution of healthy attitudes towards ageing and spirituality for holistic well-being, personal growth, and community connections.



  • Understand the physical and cognitive changes associated with ageing and how to maintain physical health and mobility
  • Explore preventative health strategies to promote healthy ageing and preventing age-related diseases including cognitive decline
  • Learn about the psychological and social aspects of ageing, including emotional well-being
  • Explore the role of spirituality and personal wisdom for wellbeing, personal growth, and community
  • Learn practical strategies of budgeting for your retirement


  • The “young-old” (ages 65 to 74 years) who are interested in maintaining their physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being as they age
  • Family members or friends who provide support for older adults and want to better assist them in ageing well
  • Professionals and volunteers who work with older adults and want to enhance their understanding of ageing-related issues
  • Representatives from community organisations, senior centres, and religious institutions interested in promoting successful ageing
  • Anyone interested in learning about the challenges and opportunities associated with ageing


Saturday, 27 July 2024 at 9.30am–12.30pm
Asian Pastoral Institute, 20 Aljunied Road, S389805
$60 SGD
(Registration closes on 26 July 2024)

For enquiries, please contact Sam Leow at 6304 3782 or email

Co-Organised by:
Sower Institute For Biblical Discipleship and Asian Pastoral Institute


Dr Lew Yii Jen
MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Family Medicine, S’pore), FCFPS (S’pore)

Yii Jen is a practicing family physician who obtained his Master of Medicine, Family Medicine from the National University of Singapore and is a Fellow of the College of Family Physicians, Singapore, FCFP(S). He has held senior positions in various health organisations, promoting comprehensive and integrated care of chronic health patients. He also obtained a Graduate Diploma in Acupuncture and Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies.

Ms Alice Tan Guong Khim
MA (Counselling and Community Work), MBA, MA (Pastoral Studies), FCCA, ISCA

Alice is currently counselling at Care Corner Singapore and has previously completed counselling placements at the Farrer Park and Simei Care and Counselling Centre. She was also involved in rehabilitation programmes at the Hiding Place and Tamar Village Mercy Centre as part of her community work practicum. In the spirit of lifelong learning, and to equip herself in professional counselling, she picked up a Master of Arts in Counselling and Community Work as a second career.