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The Meaning of Life: Poems by Misrudin Anwar

Misrudin Anwar (affectionately known as ‘Din’), was invited by our team at Voice of Dementia, Dementia Singapore’s newsletter, to compose three poems in Malay. Known as a ‘pantun’, the poems


An Open Letter to Filmmakers on Portrayals of Dementia

Dementia self-advocate Emily Ong calls for sensitivity in on-screen portrayals of dementia that affirm dignity and self-worth.


Calling for the Right Support

Young-onset dementia (YOD), which is dementia that develops in persons under the age of 65, is becoming more common in Singapore.


“Forget Me Not” by Thomas Ong

“Forget me not” is a phrase steeped in meaning for Voices for Hope graduate and self-advocate Thomas Ong. A long-time avid poet and writer


Nothing About Us, Without Us: My Journey as a Dementia Advocate

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.


Dementia And Work Skills – Give Us A Chance To Remain Employed

Living with neurodegenerative disorders like dementia does not mean individuals suddenly lose their functional capacity and work skills upon diagnosis.


H.O.P.E: Living a Normal Life With Dementia

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.

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