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

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

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

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. read more
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COVID-19: The Importance Of Hand Washing To Lower Your Risk

With Circuit Breaker measures in place, most of us will be staying at home more, leaving the house only for essential services. Even so, it pays to be cautious and observe stringent hand hygiene in order to reduce your risk of catching and transmitting COVID-19. read more
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SPOC-19: A New Initiative To Support The Dementia Community During Circuit Breaker

The Alzheimer’s Disease Association (ADA) and Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) have collaborated to bring a new initiative that offers assistance to persons living with dementia and their caregivers who may inadvertently violate COVID-19 safety measures due to their condition. read more
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COVID-19: Journey with the Arts & Dementia (JADe) goes Digital!

During this COVID-19 pandemic, are your loved ones with dementia getting restless from #StayHome exercises, word search, and sudoku puzzles at home? If you have run out of ideas, consider tapping on ADA’s Journey with the Arts & Dementia (JADe) digital resources as reminiscence activities and conversation starters. read more
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COVID-19: Convincing Seniors To Stay Home

With the circuit breaker in place, it can be hard to explain to your loved ones why they can’t go out when it isn’t essential, especially if the daily trips are part of their regular routine. Unfortunately, this is a challenge that has to be tackled. read more
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COVID-19: Keeping Your Home Safer for Persons with Dementia

Keeping your home environment clean and safe for your loved ones with dementia is important enough in normal times, but is especially essential as we fight the spread of COVID-19. read more
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Building An Inclusive, Dementia-friendly Kebun Baru

In building dementia friendly communities (DFCs), there has been an international shift towards including the voices and perspectives of persons with dementia, known as the asset-based approach. read more
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Talking About COVID-19 With Persons With Dementia

The circumstances that have come to be as a result of COVID-19 are extraordinary indeed, and explaining the situation to our loved ones with dementia can be difficult. Follow these tips to keep from overloading your loved one with information, while keeping them in the know. read more

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