People from all walks of life have been positively impacted by the palliative care community.
Read their testimonials to find out about how we have made a difference.

Palliative Care Has Made A Difference

Thank you for publishing the research findings on SMU study which has shown that Singaporeans are more comfortable discussing end-of-life matters. It was a meaningful yet relatable research article for me because my two beloved grandmas went home to be with the Lord in January and July this year. My paternal grandma had received palliative care but my maternal grandma did not.

I would say that the palliative care team was our greatest support. While doctors brought us negative news, we sought comfort in the palliative care doctors because in just a short period of time, they could integrate into our family and helped us to come together as one. The way they talked to the patient, conversations they created with the unconscious were so assuring, allowing us to trust them, and to know that under their care, our beloved grandmother had lived with as little pain as possible. I wished my maternal grandma and family members had experienced the same care and support as well.

Ms Desiree Sim Pei Ling
Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Year 3 Student
15 October 2019

Motivation for My Song, “Journey”

I got to know about the Singapore Hospice Council (SHC) through a songwriting competition, “Voices of My Heart”, jointly organised by SHC and Lianhe Zaobao (LHZB).

After the competition, I became interested in the activities and programs of SHC and came to know about the “Lend Your Voice to Palliative Care” campaign. Understanding that SHC is celebrating their 25th anniversary this year and considering that I am a singer-songwriter, I felt that I could do my part and lend my voice by volunteering to write a song for SHC’s 25th anniversary.

Ms Tan Yu Qing 
Youth Songwriter 
14 January 2020

(Ms Tan Yu Qing was a 3rd prize winner of SHC-LHZB inaugural songwriting competition held at the World Hospice and Palliative Care Day event in October 2019.)

Lend Your Instagram Campaign

Mr Larry
Photographer of the Lend Your Instagram Campaign

(This video was produced in collaboration with the School of Technology for the Arts | Republic Polytechnic, Singapore.)

Lawrence of Arabia

I write to compliment the writer, illustrator and the team behind this Life Book, titled “Lawrence of Arabia”. It touches me very much. I will consider serving in a hospice in years to come. Thanks and appreciate your hard work.

Ms Jennifer Lim
Member of the public

15 May 2019

The illustrated piece is tastefully done. This is the type of creative visuals that attracts adults’ attention.

Ms Mina Lim
Deputy Director | St. Andrew’s Senior Care

HEAD | Anglican Senior Centre (Hillview)
22 March 2019

Granny Cool

It is an honour to contribute my story and partner SHC in publishing one of the Life Book series. The books are easy to read and understand. Most importantly, it allows readers to know what palliative care is about and helps reach out to families to discuss, act and engage in a person’s last moments in the most meaningful way, bringing the families closer.

Ms Melisa Quek
Caregiver to her late grandma
3 February 2020

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