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SENSORY LEVELS

SCS Sensory Info (Dialogue With Time Exhibition)

 

 

 

Embracing Ageing

Dialogue with Time is an interactive exhibition that shows ageing from an original perspective. By 2030, one third of the world's population will be over the age of 65. As this is an important social issue, we aim for individuals to experience and understand more about the ageing process and reconsider their perception of ageing.

Highlights

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Science of Ageing 

Ageing is an ongoing process that eventually causes an irreversible decline in body functions. Through the interactive exhibitions in this zone, individuals will be able to distinguish between natural causes of ageing and causes from external factors. We highlight common misconceptions associated to ageing such as the skin, bones and dementia.

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Our Guides

Our guided experience is led by our senior guides who are 67 years old and above. With their wisdom, they are able to share their life's journey and insights gained while facing ageing. They are also eager to interact with guests and lead the inter-generational dialogue. Come meet our different guides to know more!

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Guided Experience

The fully guided experience is facilitated by retirees who will lead you through six stations. These safe spaces allow for conversations on the biological and psychological changes faced by a human during the ageing process and the societal perception of ageing. Our guides will explain the exhibits and facilitate discussions to debunk stereotypes on ageing. 

 

Guided Tour Sessions:

Time: Every 30 minutes (10am - 4.30pm)
Duration: 30 - 60 minutes

(Please note that guided tour sessions will be unavailable in June 2024)

For MOE school groups, please make a booking here: https://bookings.science.edu.sg/obsinternetweb/

For other group bookings, please email us at dialogue_with_time@science.edu.sg  / call us at 6352 5257.

Alternatively, approach our front desk staff for more information.