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6 Things You Need to Know if Your Loved One Has Dementia

15 October 2022 • Today


14 October 2022 • National Gallery Singapore


26 September 2022 • Channel News Asia


21 September 2022 • The Straits Times


21 September 2022 • Dementia Singapore


12 September 2022 • Medical News Today


21 February 2022 • Channel News Asia


12 February 2022 • The Straits Times


31 January 2022 • Channel News Asia


07 January 2022 • The Straits Times

Readings & Studies


9 September 2022 • Lee Li Ming Program in Ageing Urbanism


14 March 2022 • Lee Li Ming Program in Ageing Urbanism

Resources for Partners

19 January 2023 • Agency for Integrated Care

Dear Partners, Happy New Year!  Hope you had a great start to 2023. Bringing you the second issue of “Connect2Collab” –  In this issue, we spoke to partners who shared about the newly established Dementia-Friendly Community of Practice for our DFC service partners, the launch of inaugural #DementiaFriendlySG movement and three passionate Dementia Friends!


We hope that you will be inspired by these good work of the various partners in the communities.  Looking forward to see new initiatives and more collaboration this year. Let’s build a caring and dementia-friendly Singapore together!


24 October 2022 • Agency for Integrated Care

Dear Partners, “Connect2Collab” – the inaugural Dementia-Friendly Singapore e-Newsletter is finally ready! This is part of AIC’s efforts to empower partners through bite-sized resources to keep updated on happenings, innovations and connect with other like-minded friends in the dementia community.

We hope that you enjoy reading about the features and be inspired to introduce similar or new dementia-friendly initiatives in your community/organisation.  Together, we can build Singapore as a caring and dementia-friendly nation!

– Ms See Yen Theng, Deputy Chief, Caregiving and Community Mental Health Division, AIC

The Youth Hope intergenerational toolkit provides a step-by-step guide to starting the Youth Hope programme, which aims to foster intergenerational bonding between youth and seniors. The toolkit also outlines the steps to implementing Youth Hope in the community and how individuals and community partners can play a part to engage youth to support seniors and persons living with dementia.

This manual serves as a reference for employees of organisations in manning the dementia Go-To Points (GTP) to support persons living with dementia in the community. It dovetails the GTP set-up process, role and expectations as well as provides a list of resources in assisting wandering persons living with dementia and dementia information.

Specially designed toolkit to empower individuals in setting up a Caregiver Support Network that emphasises self-care, peer support and recognising caregivers’ well-being in the community.

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