AIC’s collaboration encourages the public to treat a caregiver they know with a cup of coffee.
CARA provides a safe return function, curated care solutions, resources and lifestyle rewards for those with dementia and caregivers in Singapore.
These serve as a ‘safe return’ point for the public to bring persons with dementia who may be lost.
The new digital portal provides resources to support persons living with dementia and raises awareness about the condition.
A nationwide virtual steps challenge by the Alzheimer’s Disease Association.
To raise awareness of dementia, Forget Us Not presents a unique, improvisational theatre experience based on spontaneously shared stories of caregivers and persons with dementia.
National survey shares that 72 percent of persons with dementia feel rejection and loneliness, while 50 percent feel they cannot be open with others regarding their condition.
Harnessing the power of social media to help find seniors who have wandered off.
The system improves quality of care, eases physical demands on caregivers, and reduces caregivers’ dependence.
Theatre company Pangdemonium delves into the all-important issue of dementia.
A new community online portal that shares the stories of caregivers and provides them with as much information to help them care for their loved ones.
After some “administrative hurdles in 2015”, the new nursing home for those with dementia is expected to be ready in 2019 and with further features.
There are now 13 Go-To Points in Yishun for lost seniors with dementia.
Coddle offers medical accompaniment as well as befriending for seniors.
Twenty-six-old comes up with initiative to plug gap in home-based activities.