Stay Healthy in the New Year

The Singapore Women’s Weekly inspires food and entertainment ideas, with essential reads on health, family and career. Our Senior Principal Dietitian, Mary-ann Chiam, outlines five simple and practical New Year’s resolutions to keep older adults engaged in healthy habits throughout the year.

Health & Wealth in the New Year

Join us for the 26th instalment of our Wellness series to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit. Create a happy and harmonised environment in your home to enjoy greater success and energy in 2023. Discover better nutrition guidelines for the Chinese New Year celebrations for maximum Huat and Health.

New Year

With the New Year comes new beginnings and new adventures. “Keep some room in your heart for the unimaginable.” – Mary Oliver


Wishing all joy, love and happiness of family, fellowship, feasting and festivity!

Christmas Colours

Christmas is a time to spread love and joy to all around us. The creativity of our care staff, bringing cheer to all elders in our care.

Christmas Cheer

Glitter and gold meet at the sparkly soiree at Allium Care Suites. Our People and Culture squad celebrated our staff in a meaningful appreciation with festive fun, food and feasting.

Community Care Walk

Community Care Day celebrates the commitment and care of all who work in this sector. An extension of our food and feasting celebration, Team Trekkers walked the verdant path from Venus Drive to Casuarina Walk and the surrounding estate.

Habits for a Healthier Year

Inside Recent captures the latest happenings with fresh insights, giving readers the opportunity to digest informative news that is useful and purposeful. Our Senior Principal Dietitian, Mary-ann Chiam, outlines the healthy approach to festive celebrating without overindulging.

Namaste Care

Namaste Care aims to enrich the quality of life for older adults with advanced dementia or terminal illness by adopting a multisensory care-based approach. A novel approach involving residents and care staff, Namaste Care incorporates sensory and psycho-social components and environmental modification in a calm and home-like ambience.

Supportive Palliative Care

Asia-Pacific Biotech News (APBN) delivers a comprehensive and insightful platform in Science and Technology for industry experts and the general public with an interest in biotechnology and healthcare talking points in Asia-Pacific. In the Vol. 26, Nos. 11 & 12, Nov & Dec 2022 ‘Worlds Within Worlds’ issue, our Nurse Clinician, Erica Wu, addresses the range of challenges for palliative care and Allium Healthcare’s comprehensive care model in supporting both residents and caregivers during the palliative journey.