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ELDEX Asia returns to reunite the eldercare industry

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ELDEX Asia will take place from 27 to 28 October 2022 in Suntec Convention Centre, Singapore.

The second edition of ELDEX Asia will feature an exhibition, a medical conference, a B2B conference with international speakers and workshops for care professionals and consumers.  

Exhibitors such as Bravada Life, Elixir Botanica, Ellipsiz, i-Kare, Stream Mobility, Essence Smart Care, Paincare AtDose and TeleMedC will be featuring recently launched products and solutions related to ageing better and longer.  

Visitors can expect experiential opportunities such as exposure to robotics that help support seniors and complimentary eye and heart screening leveraging cutting-edge AI technology. 

The conference programme will cover a range of topics including:

  • Healthy Longevity
  • Exercise and nutrition to address malnutrition, sarcopenia and frailty in older adults
  • Brain Food for Dementia
  • Effectiveness and acceptance of tele-rehabilitation by seniors post-pandemic
  • Inclusive cities for the future
  • Ageing in place strategy for the next generation
  • Adaptive home renovations
  • Community mobility for older adults

We are particularly excited to see the return of travel of overseas speakers to present at ELDEX Asia 2022.  We continue to focus on building the core tenets of ELDEX Asia which are diet and nutrition. Associate Professor Samuel Chew from Changi General Hospital, Ms Annie Barr from the United Kingdom and Ms Ngaire Hobbins from Australia will speak on the exercise and nutrition needs at different stages of frailty, addressing the needs of elevating a greater awareness of how these drivers shape how one ages continues to be critical to ageing better.

Mr Joseph Yeo, Event Director

Partnerships are core to ELDEX Asia

The event continues to enjoy the support of the Singapore Tourism Board (STB), Enterprise Singapore (ESG), Association of Small Medium Enterprises, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) and Spire Research & Consulting, the latter as its knowledge partner. It is is also supported by the Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI), the International Council of Active Ageing (ICAA), the French Chamber of Commerce Singapore (FCC), the Asia Pacific Assistive Robotics Association (APARA), the Gerontological Society of Singapore and the Singapore Nursing Association.

Image provided by ELDEX Asia