Guided Autobiography (GAB)

Celebrating Life: Telling Your Life Story

A Guided Autobiography (GAB) Workshop

Our silver years are a time for celebration of our lives and our love for life – a time to celebrate our experiences and our uniqueness as individuals. This is a chance to ask ourselves these questions: Where have you been? What have you experienced? What were the key events or people in your life? Where are you at now? Where do you want to go? You might even want to write it down, record it and leave a legacy for your family and friends.

GAB will provide you with the framework to appreciate and document your life story in a supportive group environment. The workshop series will run on every Thursday for six weeks in the Third Quarter of 2018, between 10:00 to 13:00 hours at a venue to be decided. The implementation logistics would be worked out amongst workshop participants. Cost would be shared by participants who are expected to prepare their story for sharing as airtime is limited.

We welcome all seniors above 50 years interested in exploring their life journey. GAB is a platform for seniors to reflect on their life journey and share their experience in a secure environment.

Please register your name here and we will be in touch with you. Closing date 28 February 2018

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Facilitators

CHIANG Cheng Pun and Edwin ONG are SHC Members

CHONG Fong Lin and TAN Mei Lin are non SHC members

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About Edwin Ong

"Re-creativity": Travel, appreciating culture, food & customs, and continuing education. Health: Understanding our ageing process, alternatives to Western Medicine, and excercise Wealth: Breaking the fun time with selective serious works related to corporate development and finance, even in the worse of oversea locations. It is good for the mind and soul. Business can be on the card too. Legacy: Generating opportunties for the family members, and little gifts of sustainable livelihood to the communities seen in the travels, especially amongst the "last and least". (new pw 17jan2018)

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