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HNF Annual Walkathon – Heartstrings Walk 2014
The HNF Annual Walkathon – Heartstrings Walk 2014 ended with cheers of fun and laughter as our participants cross the finishing line. We would like to thank all participants for spending a lovely Sunday morning with us and most importantly, for joining us in our cause to help the needy.
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HNF 29th Annual General Meeting
The 2014 Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on 17 July 2014. During the AGM, we announced the retirement of our outgoing board members, Ms Lee Yen Yen and Mrs Teo Mei Wan and welcomed our newly co-opted board member, Mr Lim Neo Chian. Mrs Tan Fong May has been converted to a full board member. She was nominated and was subsequently elected to assume the role of Secretary. In addition and upon reaching the end of their 4-year term in service, Ms Joyce Ang and Ms Aileen Tan were unanimously re-elected into the board of management.
We thank both Mrs Teo Mei Wan and Ms Lee Yen Yen for their inexhaustible dedication and service to HNF.
Click here for the online version of our FY 2013/14 Annual Report.
We Have a New Look
HNF has a new look! We have tidied up our logo for a neater and more well-defined look. The logo proportions have been adjusted, and we have also brought more emphasis to the heart in the home – truly reflecting our new tagline of “Bring Love Home”.
Our new tagline, “Bring Love Home”, is a motto that aptly describes our philosophy of care – for both our frontline nurses as well as for those supporting them in the office.
Seniors Mobility and Enabling Fund
With effect from 1 July 2013, the government’s expanded Seniors Mobility and Enabling Fund (SMF) now covers a much wider range of assistive devices such as shower chairs and motorised wheelchairs. Subsidies of up to 80% on consumables such as milk feeds and adult diapers will also be provided for lower-income elderly to help defray the cost.
Revised Means-testing Income Tier Cut-offs
The Ministry of Health is enhancing the subsidy for patients requiring community home-nursing and medical services. With effect from 1 July 2013, the per capita monthly income cut-off has been raised from $2,200 to $2,600.
Who We Are
Home Nursing Foundation (HNF) provides integrated and comprehensive care services to patients in the comfort and familiarity of their own homes. These services consist of home-nursing care, home-medical care and social welfare. For home-therapy and social support services such as food delivery and personal hygiene care, HNF links patients to appropriate community resources through our trusted collaborations.