Bright Hill Evergreen Home wishes you a Happy Lunar New Year in the Year of the Dragon!

Opening of Kek Ai Diam!

Nostalgic traditional provision shops hold a special place in the hearts of Singaporeans who grew up in the olden days. Many will fondly recall the enjoyable trips to these shops, offering a wide array of items including sundry goods, canned food, newspapers, and toys. Drawing inspiration from this nostalgia, our new provision shop, “Kek Ai Diam” […]

Mr Tan’s Journey to Wellness

I never thought I would be able to eat and drink again, but the staff here never gave up on me. They worked tirelessly with me to help me. I am so grateful for their support. Mr Tan L H, aged 91, was hospitalized in 2022 due to COVID complications. During his hospitalization, he had […]

Be a friend and give joy

Mrs Tay-Oh Siew Hoe, 66 years old, is a familiar face in Bright Hill Evergreen Home (BHEH). Through her network of friends and neighbours, she gathers sponsors for the fortnightly tea-break for our residents. Mrs Tay started volunteering with BHEH in April 1998. With more time on her hands after her youngest son went on […]

Memories In A Love Letter

The ward entertainment area was sparsely decorated with Chinese New Year buntings and red lanterns. The TV was showing Jack Neo’s movie “The Diam Diam Era”. With eyes fixated on the TV, the elderly residents were also waiting patiently to savour the egg wafers or love letters, still baking in a corner. Niki, our Senior […]

Their Smiles.. My Gratitude.

Under the watchful eyes of Mr. Lee, in his 70s, people cleaned and decluttered his one-room rental flat. Ms. Sek Ah Suan, a Senior Medical Social Work Associate at Bright Hill Evergreen Home, had gathered five volunteers and another staff to get the flat ready for his discharge. “Mr. Lee did not have the physical […]

Join Us And Help Mr. Wong Enjoy His “Tang”!

Mr. Wong loves food, and happily takes a mouthful of rice and vegetables before requesting “tang!”, Mandarin for soup. The volunteer fed him a spoonful. With his upper limbs contracted, Mr. Wong is totally dependent on others for his Assisted Daily Living (ADL), including having his meals. Residents with similar challenges as Mr. Wong, look […]