Our Graduates’ Stories
Ivy, 72 years old
HAPPY 50! BATCH 55 GRADUATE
Saving her Marriage through Self-Reflection
Ivy is a fiercely independent and strong willed person, having managed her family’s convenience shop form the age of 19. …
Mr Chua, 84 years old
HAPPY 50! BATCH 54 GRADUATE
Ah Gong attends E-Learning? No problem!
Before the pandemic hit, Mr Chua was actively involved in various community activities. When the Circuit Breaker started,…
Mdm Tang, 70 years old
HAPPY 50! BATCH 56 GRADUATE
Fulfills Education Dream with Daughter’s Support
Due to financial constraints, Mdm Tang never had to chance to receive formal education. She watched her friends …
YAH! strongly believes in providing access to life-long learning;
We advocate lifelong learning at YAH! as it can instil creativity, enhance adaptability and responsiveness in seniors to handle uncertainty, improved communications with their families and communities as well as manage conflicts.
We encourage and support our learners to use what they have learnt and put it into action.
This promotes self-efficacy as it helps them to build -up their confidence and allows the learners to pursue meaningful work and activities.
Through YAH!’s “can-do” spirit, mutual support from their peers, YAH! learners have been creating the multiplier’s effect, bringing happiness to the community.
YAH! believes that when society adopts a creative and proactive approach,
Every year, YAH! conduct social campaigns with the aim to change the way we think about ageing and to encourage the society to recognise the uniqueness and dignity of every older person. Since 2013, our campaigns have reached over 3,000 members of the public.