Dementia Singapore is proud to partner with local celebrities Tay Ping Hui and Munah Bagharib to lend their influential voices to call for more support and increase public awareness efforts.
Staying protected: COVID-19 vaccination exercise for our clients with dementia at New Horizon Centre (Bukit Batok) give caregivers peace of mindhttps://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/ADA-Web-Article-2021-04-Vaccination-NHC-BB-1.jpg800534Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
You may know him as the man who started ADA thirty years ago with a singular focus to champion the dementia cause. Today, Dr Ang Peng Chye shares with us about the early days that led to the establishment of Alzheimer’s Disease Association, its major milestones through the years and why he is hopeful for the dementia cause in Singapore.
Vintage Radio For The Ageless Generationhttps://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/ADA-Website-Vintage-Radio-1024x684.jpg1024684Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
Music is a wonderful medium that elderly persons with dementia can reminisce with and react positively to. Embracing this is VintageRadio.SG, a streamed radio station that plays vintage songs and oldies from the 50’s to 70’s exclusively.
ADA celebrates a fully virtual World Alzheimer’s Month 2020!https://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/ADA-VODO-2020-09-WAM2020-2-1024x532.jpg1024532Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
This year, ADA celebrates WAM once again—bigger and better than before! Bearing the overarching theme of ‘Empowerment’, WAM 2020 aims to empower and enable every person in Singapore’s dementia community, be it a person living with dementia, caregiver, relative, friend or ally.
Go The Extra Mile For Dementia With ADA Walk2Remember 2020https://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/ADA-WAM2020-Walk2Remember-1024x539.jpg1024539Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
Across the globe, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted communities and daily activities in unprecedented ways. Physical volunteering had to cease, leading ADA to redesign its volunteering initiatives to ensure that people who are keen to serve with a heart can continue to support the dementia community.
Virtually There: ADA ramps up digital caregiver support with new webinar serieshttps://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/ADA-VODO-2020-09-Caregiver-Essentials-Belinda-and-Katherine-1024x768.jpg1024768Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
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.
Supporting Loved Ones With Dementia In The General Election 2020https://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/ADA-Website-FAQ-GE-2020-1024x683.jpg1024683Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
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.
Musim Mas Bolsters Support For ADA With S$1 Million Donationhttps://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/ADA-Website-Musim-Mas-Donation-1024x614.jpg1024614Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore