Creating a support community for senior citizens’ care


Never too old: Rose Charities Malaysia’s members attending a music class at their club house in Codrington Avenue in Pulau Tikus, Penang.

PETALING JAYA: With many senior citizens living alone without family or support, having a community to lean on for assistance will go a long way.

Gerontologist Lily Fu said based on her observation, more government-run old folks home which are equipped with nursing care are needed to help senior citizens who could not afford costly private care homes for the aged.

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