Oldest resident is 94
There are 36 former leprosy patients - 14 women and 22 men - living at the Singapore Leprosy Relief Association (Silra) Home.
The home provides food, lodging, recreation and health-care services, and also teaches the patients handicraft skills and rehabilitative work.
Silra's executive officer, Mr Francis Tan, said the youngest resident is a 62-year-old man and the oldest, a 94-year-old woman.
The Silra Home was built in 1971 at Lorong Buangkok. It moved to its current Buangkok View location, a five-storey building, in 2005.
Silra president Dr Seow Chew Swee said the home is supported by the Community Chest and donations from the public.