About the Trainer
Patricia Lee is a Senior Oral History Specialist with the National Archives of Singapore. She has conducted interviews with more than 200 people from all walks in life. She also designs and conducts customised oral history training workshops for public institutions on documenting corporate memories.
She champions the use of oral narratives to give meaning to one's identity. As a trained accredited Facilitator of Reminiscence Arts in Dementia Care by the European Reminiscence Network (ERN), her current research interest involves the use of adaptive oral history methodology in reminiscence work among the growing population of elderly in Singapore.
A/P Carol Ma is the Head of Gerontology Programmes (Master & PhD) at the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS). She is a strong advocate for and an active and passionate practitioner in service-learning and ageing. She takes the lead in curriculum development, community engagement and research in Gerontology and promotes transdisciplinary education to address ageing issues. She has led various ageing and service-learning projects such as elder learning development project, age-friendly cities project (accredited by WHO) and intergenerational project on health & wellbeing. Currently, she is working on a project on Reminiscence in Dementia Care with the National Archives of Singapore and the Alzheimer’s Disease Association (ADA), Singapore.