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The old adage, “Growing Old Gracefully”, has now given way to the new adage, “Passport to Freedom”, and your senior years can become your best years, with the promise of exciting times ahead.
Wellness is the ability to live life to the fullest and to maximise personal potential in a variety of ways. To lead a healthy and balanced life, it is important to recognise and optimise the 7 Dimensions of Wellness.
These facets are closely intertwined; yet, each is equally vital in the pursuit of optimal well-being. So be empowered to seek fulfilment at this stage of life as you work towards being self-reliant, independent and active.
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Set up in May 2007, C3A is an agency that promotes active ageing in Singapore through public education, outreach and partnerships. The Council aims to create a vibrant pro-age Singapore where seniors can participate as integral members according to their interests and abilities.
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