A Generation Affected by Eating Disorders and the Parents Who Care. Teenagers and young adults in Singapore are more likely to be diagnosed with an eating disorder than at any previous time. Eating disorders amongst children, tweens, teens and young adults continue to rise at an alarming rate in Singapore, both in the expat and […]READ MORE..
The Eating Disorder Bed Crisis 1.25 million people in the UK are estimated to have an eating disorder. Waiting lists for eating disorder beds in the UK are leaving many families at breaking point. The UK eating disorder charity, BEAT, reports that the current waiting times are up to two years. Eating disorders are severe […]READ MORE..
COVID-19 has now spread across 217 countries, forcing millions of families into lockdown and causing untold damage. This abrupt and drastic deviation from the norm has thrown the regular lives of the global community into disarray. The long term effects of the pandemic are still unclear, but it has been tough on everyone and also […]READ MORE..
At The Wave, our treatment programs for teenagers and young adults include time volunteering on community projects. These projects are organised through The Wave Trust, which champions a wide range of community initiatives, through service to others, and plays a significant role in life at The Wave. Our teenagers, young adults and families travel to […]READ MORE..
The Wave Trust was formed in 2018. A community gifting project, managed by the young people currently in residence at The Wave. The Wave Trust is a foundation filled with hope for the future. Our teenagers and young adults are encouraged to take responsibility for themselves, the community and the environment. Our social responsibility is […]READ MORE..