Hi all, please take note that our BTSS office has moved. The new address is on our Contact Us page.
Thank you for noticing this notice, and have a great Chinese New Year holiday!
December is the perfect month for our community to enjoy the year-end holidays together. To help build friendships while also enhancing our talents, BTSS has lined up many exciting activities for all of our members. If you are keen, please register quickly with our office at 8738 5669 or reply to our firstname.lastname@example.org
BTSS has a shopping outing with Morgan Stanley (MS) for 15 beneficiaries on the 7 December for Christmas presents.
The details are as follows:
Date: 7 December 2018
Venue: Vivo City
Time: 2:00 – 6:00pm
How to Get There: Harbourfront MRT on CC line
Please RSVP by 23 November (this Friday)
The BTSS Support Group meeting continues in December, and all adult patients and caregivers are welcome to join us in a time of mutual sharing and support.
Date: 8 December 2018
Venue: SGH Block 6 Level 1 Learning Space
Time: 10:00am – 2:00pm
Exciting new activities lined up too for those interested in music and dance!
Activities: Keyboard and Korean-Pop Dance lessons
Venue: SOMA, Marina Square #03-142
Dates: 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 Dec (5 sessions in total)
3:30pm – K Pop dance
4:30pm – Break
5:00pm – KeyBoard
6:00pm – End
Open to : BTSS Kids/ Adult Patients and Caregivers
We hope to see you there! Please register by 23 Nov for the dance and keyboard lessons.”
Christmas is coming real soon and to celebrate the festivities, we are having a Christmas party on the 22nd December at KKH Staff Lounge.
Details are as follows
There will be food and games for all to enjoy!
Please RSVP by 6 December 2018.
In addition to this, each family who register for the Christmas party before 6 December will get to bring a hamper home, so sign up soon!
We look forward to see you all there!
We will like to thank Power 98FM and 88.3Jia FM for the opportunity to talk about brain tumour awareness on radio. We hope that through their interviews with Melissa, our BTSS president, more people will be aware of our cause and support brain tumour patients in need. If you want to tune in to the interview, you can catch it on:
We are one day away from our Brainy Car Rally! Are you as excited as we are? Come down on 21 October and join us for a memorable day celebrating and standing with the Brain Tumour Community around the world to raise awareness.See you at suntec tomorrow. Open to the public from 10 am to 1 pm. Admission is FREE!#LightupforBTSS #BTSS #Brainycarrally
Posted by Brain Tumour Society Singapore on Friday, 19 October 2018
Our Malaysian friends can show their support for brain tumour awareness by posting creative pictures to illustrate you doing ‘Light up for Brain Tumour Awareness’ on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #LightupforBTSS and #IBTAWeek
Malaysian brain tumour patients who wish to connect with BTSS for moral support or information can email us at email@example.com
Did you know, the first International Brain Tumour Awareness Week was 10 years ago? It has been a decade since we have begun to raise global awareness for this deadly disease, but much work still remains.
The International Brain Tumour Awareness Week this year runs from 20 to 27 October 2018. As Singapore’s community of brain tumour beneficiaries and volunteers, BTSS stands together with all those whose lives are affected by brain tumours, whether they be patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals, corporations and other stakeholders from around the world.
Come join us this year in our annual Brainy Car Rally to raise awareness about brain tumours through a slew of exciting activities. On 21 Oct 2018, Singapore’s Brain Tumour Awareness Day, stand with us and the rest of the world for the Brain Tumour cause.
Married for 30 years and blessed with two sons, Peter was shocked when his wife, Sindy was diagnosed with a brain tumour. Determined to maintain a positive outlook for the sake of his wife and children, Peter decided to attend regular support group meetings to learn how to be a proper caregiver for his wife.
Sindy fought hard, tackling each treatment and surgery with courage. Sadly, she passed away in March 2018, surrounded by family and friends. In dedication to his wife’s memory, Peter has continued to attend support group meetings so that he could provide the same support the group has provided to other caregivers struggling to care for their loved ones.
The journey of fighting and recovering from brain tumours is often an isolating one for patients and their families. If you know someone who needs support and advice from Brain Tumour Society Singapore (BTSS), please connect them to us.
Show your support for BTSS by coming down for our Brainy Car Rally on 21 October 2018. We have interactive games and booths for everyone! Attend this meaningful event to your friends and family, we hope to see you there!
We at BTSS are blessed and fortunate to have the incredible support of a dedicated team of medical professionals who volunteer their time to share their expertise and insights with us each month during our BTSS Talks.
This October, we are super thankful to Assoc Prof Ng Wai Hoe, Medical Director of NNI, who gave an insightful and interesting talk on advances in tumour surgery. A lively Q&A session was had with discussions on various issues brain tumour patients faced.
Thanks Prof Ng!
BTSS Talks are held on selected Saturday mornings in SGH, do check out our upcoming events for their dates. We are currently planning a series of relevant and useful talks in 2019, and will release their dates as soon as they are ready.
All are welcome, so we hope to see you there!