Tri-Love Elderly

ECSS has a host of senior programmes conducted both by our staff and volunteers in two different venues, namely;

(1) Enriching Community @CT Hub, 2 Kallang Ave, #06-14

(2) Silver Friends @Tampines North Community Club (TNCC), Wellness Room, #01-06

Do note we also have NSA courses (conducted in mandarin) for seniors to attend, only in CT Hub.

For queries or registration, scroll to the bottom to fill up a google form or contact Rosalind (CT Hub) at 90118125 and Allison (TNCC) at 8200755.

Or drop us a mail at tle@ecss.org.sg

Enriching Community@CT Hub

Active Ageing . Life-Long Learning . Senior Volunteerism

The Functional Fitness Workout uses various forms of exercises to target different bodily functions. The workout aims to improve your flexibility, endurance and strength.

Monday 9 - 10am

Functional Fitness Training

Participants would undergo FFT assessment on their 1st week and again 6 months later to assess the progress of their functional fitness level.

Thursday 1030am - 12pm

Happy X-Fit Class keeps your body fit and moving! Join us for an hour of upbeat music and choreographed basic exercise moves that keep your heart pumping.

Thursday 9 - 10am​

NSA: Fall Prevention and Functional Improvement

Falls by seniors often have detrimental if not fatal consequences. Come learn and be equipped how to prevent fall and strengthen your core.

Wednesday 9 - 1030am

NSA: Active Ageing Ambassador

Join us on a journey of self-discovery and self-awareness, how to enrich and deepen your relationship within yourself, with others such as your family and friends.

Wednesday 1030am - 1230pm

NSA: Self-Care TCM Wellness

Come learn how one can achieve healthy living, a state of wellness through Traditional Chinese Medicine. This course is rich in explanation and aims to clarify any misconceptions.

Wednesday 1.30 - 4.30pm

NSA: Community Ukulele

Everyone has the power to create melodious tunes! Come learn how to play a simple meek instrument; the Ukulele. Feel the sense of achievement when you master playing one song!

Monday 1030am - 12pm

NSA: Community Singing

Come join others to sing your heart out! Singing alleviates stress and has many health benefits. Singing classical retro tunes helps one reminiscence the good old days as well!

Thursday 1030am - 12pm

Inspirational Sharing

Here we share knowledge and life experience across a broad range of topics including; Chinese culture, nutrition and food, and everyday family life.

Monday and Thursday 10 - 1030am

Han Yu Pin Yin Class

(Volunteer Led)

Learn about the Chinese phonetics system and how each Chinese character can be formed using Han Yu Pin Yin.

Tuesday 1.30 - 3pm

Dress Making Class

(Volunteer Led)

Have you ever made your own outfit? This is the perfect chance to revamp your wardrobe!

Monday 1.30 - 3pm

Smart Phone Class

(Volunteer Led)

Learn how to be familiar with the smart phone; such as data storage and Google Maps.

Tuesday 3 - 5pm (Active Ageing Peer Learning Class)

Ukulele (Volunteer and Staff Led Interest Group)

Have you already mastered the basic skills of Ukulele? Do you want to go beyond C/G/Am/F? Come join us for a time of strumming and learning!

Monday 1.30 - 4pm

SVF Performance Team

The performance team consist of three sections, singing, cajon and ukulele. If you are able to serve in any of the sections mentioned, join us as we head out to different places to perform and serve the community around us.

Thursday 1.30 - 4pm​

Handicraft Programmes include balloon sculpting, DIY jewellery making and many more! This is a great opportunity to bond with others through a common interest.

Monday 10.30am - 12pm

Our volunteers at ECSS run some of the above courses to share their learning with each other.

For interested participants Call Rosalind at 67886625 or 90118125

Or email tle@ecss.org.sg

Register here

Active Ageing. Life-Long Learning. Senior Volunteerism.

For ECSS, active ageing is not just ensuring a vibrant social life for seniors, but also maintaining their vitality in physical wellness. ECSS thus regularly conducts physical exercises and even fitness functional training for our elderly. Our qualified staff takes into account the various health issues for our elderly and take precautionary safety measures.

After a few years of running ukulele and cajon classes, ECSS found itself with a sizeable pool of seniors who were keen to form performance interest groups to continue honing their musical talent. Both ECSS and the performance interest group sought after opportunities to showcase their acquired musical skills on various platforms such as other elderly homes or in Community Centres’ event. This creates further reason for our seniors to foster communal bonds and interact with one another, for active ageing to take place.

ECSS takes great delight in seeing our senior participants having a good time singing, dancing, playing and picking up new skills. It is our honour to inject meaning and verve into our seniors’ lives and our joy to share fun moments with them.

Through an array of courses, our senior participants are granted the golden opportunity for lifelong learning. In ECSS, seniors learn how to play new instruments like the ukulele and cajon. This helps to keep the seniors’ mind sharp and active as they learn how to simultaneously coordinate their fingers, keep rhythm and sing along. In mastering this, seniors enjoy the sense of achievement, raising their self-confidence, reversing the belief that they are too old to pick up new skills.

As ECSS journeys with our seniors over time, relationships are built. At a suitable moment, ECSS would encourage the elderly to engage in senior volunteerism, offering their time and skills to bless their peers. Some of the courses volunteer trainers have given their time to teach other seniors include; smart phone, sewing, line-dancing, Bahasa malayu and even han yu ping yin.


Together as a community, we help other seniors who might live in fear or insecurity to gradually enjoy a beautiful third age, ageing gracefully.

ECSS follows C3A’s motto closely, focusing on lifelong learning, active ageing and senior volunteerism.