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Red Crowns joins government's 'Shared Stay-in Senior Care Services' sandbox

The sandbox aims to explore new models of elderly care.

Private alternative nursing home, Red Crowns Senior Living, has become part of the "Shared Stay-in Senior Care Services" sandbox of the  Ministry of Health (MOH), the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), and the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC).

The sandbox aims to reduce the population of seniors living alone, risking their health conditions.

The sandbox will explore new models of care in the private sector that can widen the range of care solutions for seniors.

Following its successful onboarding of the government’s sandbox, Red Crowns plans to expand with external investments. As of today,
Red Crowns have served 250 clients with the capacity to provide 150 beds at once.

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