Me & My Career: Connecting better with grandmum after joining eldercare sector

In this series, individuals share their career journeys and provide an inside look into their jobs and industries. This week, we look at the eldercare sector.

Ms Gaby Lin now has a better relationship with her grandmother, Mrs Teo Siew Guat. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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SINGAPORE - Fresh graduate Gaby Lin did not have the best relationship with her 77-year-old grandmother, whom she lives with, so her friends were surprised when she joined the eldercare sector last year.

But Ms Lin, who works at the Tsao Foundation as a programme executive, enjoys supporting the counsellors who help senior clients process their problems and even picked up some tips, such as how to show love and concern to people you are caring for.

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