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Project Silver Screen is a nation-wide programme for Singaporeans aged 60 and above to help them see, hear and eat better through functional screening.
The screening is a simple check-up to ensure that your eyes, ears and mouth are in good health, and where needed, you will be provided with assistive devices such as spectacles, hearing aids and dentures at affordable costs.
Click here for more information and to find out where can you refer your patients for the screening.
Listen from a fellow GP, Dr Paul Ang, who got interviewed* by Hello Singapore, on how senior patients can benefit from this programme.
(*The interview segment with Dr Paul Ang is from 24:38 - 35:45, you may wish to fast forward the video to watch this segment)
[Click here to watch]