Hurt can take many different forms; it’s more than physical pain. Words, especially, have the power to hurt, and the scars that result aren’t just skin deep.
Update on COVID-19: Changes to ADA Programmes and Eventshttps://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/ADA-Web-Banner-Health-Advisory-Notice-DRAFT-2020-01-28-1610-1024x205.jpg1024205Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
In light of the Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19, previously known as 2019-nCov) and its effects on Singapore, ADA has had to make the difficult decision to temporarily suspend and postpone some of our programmes, services and events.
ADA Ushers In The Year Of The Rat!https://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/ADA-VOD-2020-03-CNY-4-1024x576.jpg1024576Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
As part of this year’s Lunar New Year festivities, ADA and our dedicated partners set out to bring joy, prosperity and good fortune to our clients, caregivers and longtime volunteers!
Official Statement by ADA regarding the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)https://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/ADA-Web-Banner-Health-Advisory-Notice-DRAFT-2020-01-28-1610-1024x205.jpg1024205Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
In light of the Wuhan virus and its effects on Singapore, ADA is closely monitoring the developments of the coronavirus infection in Singapore and the advisories issued by Ministry of Health.
Singapore Health Quality Service Awards 2020https://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/ADA-VOD-2020-03-SHQSA-1-1024x683.jpg1024683Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
Themed “Let’s Talk About Dementia: End The Stigma”, the WAM2019 Carnival aimed to encourage people to learn more about dementia. The free admission, full-day funfair was held at *SCAPE and featured good fun for a good cause, with a myriad of edu-tainment booths, as well as a variety of carnival snacks and activities.
Empowering Dementia Care Practitioners with VIPShttps://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/ADA-VODO-2019-12-Empowering-2-1024x768.jpg1024768Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
On 3 to 6 September 2019, ADA organised a series of lectures and workshops by Professor Dawn Brooker from the University of Worcester and Director of the Association for Dementia Studies (ADS). An inaugural visit to Singapore, she was accompanied by Ms Isabelle Latham, Senior Lecturer at ADS.
Be part of the #DespiteDementia movementhttps://dementia.org.sg/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ADA-DD-Image-p1-1024x768.jpg1024768Dementia SingaporeDementia Singapore
The #DespiteDementia campaign is all about changing perceptions and fighting dementia stigma. It’s about removing the labels people place on those with dementia – dispelling the notion that their condition should define them – and seeing the person underneath who yearns to live their life with dignity and pride just like any of us.