mission is to enhance the residents quality of life through love,
care and compassion.
Josephs Home was set up by the Catholic Welfare Services in 1978 to
provide shelter, care and love for the aged and the destitute,
regardless of race, colour or religion. It was the late Dr. Ee Peng
Liangs vision and untiring efforts that made this possible.
Canossian Sisters volunteered their services for the administration
and general support of the Home. They were fully involved from the
moment of its conception right up to the present day-to-day care of
the residents. In 1985, as there was a pressing need for the care for
the terminally ill, Dr. Ee was once again instrumental in supporting
us to start a hospice. In 1993, we moved to our present premises, with
the promise of bigger and better facilities for our residents.
It's been 2 decades
of nursing and caring for the aged and those with advanced and
progressive illness. We have stayed on course with our original aims
and objectives whilst raising public awareness of the specific needs
of the aging society in Singapore. Our hospice philosophy of giving
the best quality of life to the patients and relatives is strongly
endorsed by, and supported by volunteers, doctors, nurses, staff and
the Sisters of St. Josephs Home.