Dementia self-advocate Emily Ong calls for sensitivity in on-screen portrayals of dementia that affirm dignity and self-worth.
What is the experience of dementia like? A group of students from the National University of Singapore (NUS) addressed
The Dementia-Friendly Kindness Seats initiative, in at least 29 SMRT train stations from North-South Line
Being a caregiver to her dementia-conditioned mum and to her late father has brought Dr Rinkoo Ghosh on an arduous and priceless journey.
Mdm Tinar Tan, 59, is healthy and enjoys doing something new every day by meeting new people. While living well
As the primary caregiver to her husband, Rodney Paglar who is living with dementia, Jacinta’s caregiving journey has been filled with ups and downs.
Caring is to always be there for my loved one. In 2010, I resigned from my full-time job as a secretary at 54 to take care of my elderly mother
21 September 2021: The official launch of DementiaHub.SG was a great success with wonderful media reception. The launch
It’s Not Rocket Science; It’s Neuroscience! From my experience facilitating the University of Bradford course
Emily Ong shares on her a journey as a dementia advocate, and how she has stepped up her advocacy efforts at the regional and global levels.
As dementia becomes more prevalent in Singapore, ADA has been steadfast in its belief, supporting those impacted by the condition.
Living with neurodegenerative disorders like dementia does not mean individuals suddenly lose their functional capacity and work skills upon diagnosis.
Dementia Singapore’s Voices for Hope graduate Thomas Ong shares his reflections in a poem titled “Dementia”.
We are delighted to have Madam Rohani Bte Rahmat, care partner to her husband living with dementia, give her closing address at the ADI2020 Global Conference.
We are proud of Ms Emily Ong, a dementia advocate in Singapore gives her poignant thoughts as someone living with dementia at the recent #ADI2020 Global Conference.