Senior Group Home is an assisted living model that aims to enable seniors aged 60 and above to co-reside independently in designated HDB flats retrofitted with elder-friendly features.
Seniors are encouraged to provide mutual care and support to one another while also having access to a range of social services through Fei Yue’s Care Coordinator. A nominal monthly fee is charged for rent, utilities, service and conservancy charges.
Fei Yue Senior Group Home is located in Hougang and Teck Whye Crescent. Seniors may be allocated to either one-room or two-room HDB rental units. Each one-room rental unit will house 2 to 3 seniors; each two-room unit will house 3 to 4 seniors.
Furnished with modern furniture fittings and equipped with wheelchair friendly facilities, seniors can age-in-place comfortably in a place they can call home.
Monitoring and Support Services – To monitor the overall health status and safety of seniors (eg. daily blood pressure monitoring)
Basic Care Coordination Services – To ensure that the seniors’ care needs are adequately addressed (eg. meal delivery, medication/ medical appointment reminders, home maintenance, personal hygiene, social and recreational activities)
Singapore Citizen, 60 years and above
Moderate ambulatory needs but still able to self care and adapt to group living (for example, needs moderate assistance in his/her mobility functioning, i.e. for transfer from wheelchair to bed, bed to wheelchair)
Eligible for HDB Rental Housing
Certified by a doctor to be fit for communal living
Approval by Agency For Integrated Care (AIC)
(Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis)
Fei Yue Senior Group Home
Blk 174 Hougang Avenue 1
Fei Yue Senior Group Home
Blk 165A Teck Whye Crescent
Community Case Management Service (CCMS) is a service developed by Ministry of Health (MOH) and funded by the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC).
Community Case Management Service (CCMS) aims to deliver holistic care that is centred on an individual’s needs. It mainly targets seniors that are frail, whom have multiple care needs, that will become increasing complex with time. With the integration of community-based aged and social care services, it enables the seniors to continue to stay in the community for as long as possible, therefore allowing them to age-in-place.
Since 1st November 2018, Feiyue’s Cluster Support service has been merged with CCMS.
The main aim of CCMS is to prevent or delay institutionalisation of the seniors that has complex care needs. With the seniors that have care needs that becomes complex over time and without long term care services such as CCMS in place, it will eventually result in such clients and their families resorting to acute hospital and long-term institutional care.
The main aim of CCMS shall be achieved through these objectives:
To address the client’s holistic care needs that include medical, function, behavioural and psychosocial needs.
To use evidence-based guidelines in practice to promote and improve clinical outcomes.
To coordinate services and support that are best catered to the client’s needs, that is consistent with the client’s own goals and priorities.
To help the client and caregiver to have access and navigation on the care options and support resources.
To promote appropriate use of community resources.
To advocate in the best interest of the client.
To improve the client’s quality of life and caregiver’s satisfaction.
If you know a senior who may require our help, please contact us at
Tel: 63809168 (Choa Chu Kang/ Bukit Panjang) or 6202 4699 (Hougang/Serangoon).
Advance Care Planning (ACP) is the process in planning for your future health and personal care. Having ACP conversations allows you to:
Share your personal values and beliefs
Explore how your values and beliefs affect your healthcare preferences in difficult medical situations
Think about who among your loved ones can be your voice if you become very ill one day
Why it matters
Share your wishes and values in advance to help your loved ones understand what treatment decisions you prefer in a medical crisis.
If you become unable to speak for yourself one day, your loved ones will have peace of mind when they make healthcare decisions on your behalf.
Who it is for
To encourage public to do an Advance Care Plan, this service will be heavily subsidised and sponsored free of charge for everyone. Advance Care Planning is for everyone, regardless of age or state of health. Though you cannot predict the future, you can prepare for the unexpected by letting your family know what kind of care you would like to receive should you become very ill one day.
How to sign up
Advance Care Planning begins with having an open conversation with your loved ones about your wishes and goals for care.
You can first fill up the pre-discussion survey Advanced Care Planning and our facilitator will follow up with you within 10 working days.