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Virtually There: ADA ramps up digital caregiver support with new webinar series

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Webinars are part of ADA’s expanding digital toolkit to grow its outreach and support to the dementia community. As the COVID-19 impact deepened, ADA saw the need to launch new digital platforms to offer support and guidance to family caregivers in the midst of an unprecedented challenge in caring for their loved ones with dementia at home.

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Supporting Loved Ones With Dementia In The General Election 2020

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As the General Election 2020 approaches, persons living with dementia may find it challenging to participate in the process and vote. Here, we share some tips and guidance from the Elections Department Singapore on the legal implications as well as support provided to persons with dementia.

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Musim Mas Bolsters Support For ADA With S$1 Million Donation

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ADA has received a generous S$1 million donation from Musim Mas Holdings to further support our work in caring for persons with dementia especially through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Activities To Keep Your Loved Ones With Dementia Engaged During COVID-19

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Being unable to go out freely because of COVID-19 or having disruptions to an established routine can be stressful, especially for persons with dementia. By including engaging activities in each day, you’ll be able to ease some of their distress and keep them active.

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COVID-19: Minimising Stress With A New Routine

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COVID-19 has disrupted many of our routines, which can be especially hard on persons living with dementia. During this extraordinary period, it’s important to try to keep to a daily routine as much as possible.

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How To Handle Medical Appointments Amidst COVID-19

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Medical appointments are some of the more essential reasons that will see us leaving the house amidst the COVID-19 Circuit Breaker measures. During these appointments, taking extra precautions will go a long way in keeping our loved ones safe.

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Monitoring Your Loved Ones For COVID-19 Symptoms

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It’s important to monitor your loved ones for Covid-19 symptoms, to ensure that you can respond in a timely manner should the need arise.

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COVID-19 Special: How ADA Combats The Pandemic

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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, ADA has faced multiple new challenges. The experience has been a huge learning curve for us. We’ve taken this opportunity to innovate and, along the way, discovered different approaches and better ways to keep reaching out to our clients.

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COVID-19: Responding To Mood Changes In Your Loved Ones

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With most of the family staying home during this period, persons with dementia might be confused or stressed by the changes in their daily environment and routine.

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COVID-19: Five Ways To Keep the ADA Memo Safely With You

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We recommend that you carry the ADA Memo around at all times, especially when you head out. Here are five ways you can consider keeping the ADA Memo safely with you.

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ADA Memo Launched To Help Persons With Dementia And Caregivers During COVID-19

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In order to help people living with dementia and their families, especially during the Circuit Breaker period, ADA collaborated with the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) and worked with enforcement authorities on how to create awareness of dementia, and how to render the appropriate assistance should someone with dementia unintentionally break the Circuit Breaker rules.

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COVID-19: Three Ways the ADA Memo Can Help You During Circuit Breaker

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To help your loved one with dementia in case he/she gets approached by enforcement officers for unintentionally flouting the measures, you can apply for the ADA Memo.

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