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Pusat Penjagaan Orang Tua Lee Tiam Yew (Click Me)

We always believe that making old folks happy will ultimately make ourselves happy too.

Good Day everyone, I am Richard Lee, the owner and caretaker of Pusat Jagaan Orang Tua Lee Tiam Yew.  This centre was first established by the late Mr Tan Tiong Wee in May 2013 and first named it as “Pusat Penjagaan Orang Tua Sentosa”. After Mr. Tan’s passing, I bought over the centre and registered it under the name “Pusat Jagaan Orang Tua Lee Tiam Yew”. The purpose of this centre is to give a shelter to those less fortunate old folks whose family could not take care of them. Currently, we have 23 Chinese and Indian old folks under our care. We allow the ladies to occupy the rooms, while the gentlemen have to stay in the open hall. At the moment, we can only provide basic nursing care for the old folks. We assist them in nasogastric (Ryles) tube feeding and changing, catheter changing, urinal bag changing, wound dressing, bathing and laundry services. In case any of the residents are not feeling well, those that we are able to manage, we will attend to it. For those who are in serious condition and need hospitalisation, we will call the ambulance to send them to the General Hospital. Since I had no chance to take care of my own parents, now I devote almost all my time to taking care of the old folks. Seeing them living happily and contended is my greatest sense of achievement. As you know, each of us will have our own unique character and personality. During my service in this centre, I have seen some old folks that were difficult to deal with due to their personality or behavior.  For those who are unmanageable, we will either separate them or send them back to their family. Over here, our monthly expenses are about RM16,000 to RM18,000. The major expenses are wages and food, while others included utilities, detergents, diapers, medications as well as the maintenance of building and motor vehicle. In order to cater to more old folks, we intend to expand this centre. Currently our space is quite limited, we hope to acquire a piece of vacant land at the back of our centre to set up an open space hall for the residents. That way, it will be more spacious for residents to move around and conduct their daily activities comfortably. Our biggest problem now is lack of funds. Every now and then, we have to budget our expenditure carefully in order to avoid deficit. On behalf of the centre, I would like to express my utmost graduate to Panda Love Charity for offering the help. Hopefully with this interview, the general public will have a better understanding of us, and will be more willing to provide financial support to our centre.





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