Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to our Valued Customer.
Free 2X Ensure Plus Advance in every order ( Minimum spend $110)
1. Refer a friend
2. Both of you get 3 dollars voucher off
3. Promo code: MarchBWCare
1. Friend referred must be new customer
2. This can only be done via tele order @ 9228-9888
3. Voucher is not to be used with other promotion or voucher
4. This promotion is applicable only for friends. Please do share your referred friend name and the contact.
5. If referred friend share the same home address, the promotion is not applicable.
6. The management reserves the rights to make any changes in the promotion without prior notice.
TENA Value End of the Year Sale
Price: $ 63 (from $79)
Size: M & L
Quantity: 1 Carton (8 bags x 12 pcs)
Skin Soothing Layer
Contains Aloe Vera, Chamomile, and Vitamin E
Fast-drying Super Absorbent Polymers
Anti Leakage Barrier
Refastening Patch for comfortable fit
BW Generation is proud to provide our customers with a wider range of options for your caregiving needs. We are now pleased to be able to offer the following launch promotion for TENA Pants and TENA Wipes:
1 – 31 Oct 2016: Buy 1 carton of TENA Pants Normal/Plus and get 1 bag of TENA Pants Plus free!
15 Oct – 14 Nov 2016: Buy 2 cartons of TENA Value Medium or Large and get 4 packs of TENA Wet Wipes (40pc) free!
Take part in the commemoration of World Alzheimer’s Month this year!
Date: 17 September 2016
Time: 10am – 3pm
Venue: Toa Payoh West Community Club
What: Health talks on dementia (English and Mandarin talks available), games for the family, educational exhibitions, karaoke, music performances
Our Buy 8 Get 1 Free promotion is back by popular demand!
Please call us on 92289888 to take advantage of this offer.
Not tried BW Generation’s range of Pull-Ups and Adult Diapers before? Click HERE to request for a free sample!
A story from the “Seniors’ Journey: Past, Present and Future” publication from the National Council of Social Service, showing the time and effort and dedication to the family of that generation of Singaporeans.
From “Seniors’ Journey: Past, Present and Future”, 2014, National Council of Social Service
Chan Ngot You has dedicated her life to being a housewife and caring for her four children. The 78-year-old grandmother of four shared that she was introduced at the age of 18 to the craft of sarong cloth weaving. “It is really good exercise for the legs and hands!” However, she stopped doing weaving after two years and decided to be an amah.
As an amah, Ngot You had an unusual colleague. She worked side by side with her mother-in-law for the same employer, although they both had different roles. Her mother-in-law would do the cooking, while Ngot you washed, ironed and cleaned. “We got along well; there were no conflicts,” said Ngot You. She stopped work as an amah when she became pregnant with her first child, and decided to be a full-time housewife.
Ngot You took it upon herself not just to care for her children’s needs, but also to cook lunch for her husband and his workers at their garage. “My children are very well-behaved, so it was easy looking after them since birth,” she says, with a hint of pride. However, when the youngest daughter went to secondary school and there was “nothing for her to do at home”, she came out again to work at a steel factory in Aljunied from 1964 to 1968. The factory shifted to another location, and Ngot You stopped working for good to concentrate on her children and housework.