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Unsung heroes: How professional caregivers are adapting to the pandemic

In a previous article, we interviewed three caregivers to know more about the challenges they faced during the pandemic. Their responses shed plenty of light on the lesser-seen side of caregiving during such a crisis. 

Recently, Play Huahee had the opportunity to interview a Homage Home Care Pro for her thoughts during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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How are caregivers coping with the Circuit Breaker?

The Circuit Breaker imposed by the Singapore government has impacted our lives. For most of us, it brings along some inconveniences such as not being able to eat out, cut our hair, or of course, not being able to drink our beloved bubble tea. Most of us are also working from home after the closure …

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“Kong simi wei?!” You need to learn dialect. Here’s how.

Dialects are an integral part of Singapore culture: Singlish is a mesh-up of the various dialects and we all know the kopitiam lingo for ordering coffee.

Dialects are an integral part of Singapore culture: Singlish is a mesh-up of the various dialects and we all know the kopitiam lingo for ordering coffee. However, the younger generations, and I speak for myself too, are often called “bananas” or referred to as people who “jiak kantang” (eat potato) for being “yellow” with our …

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