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
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
We share a meal and get to know Mdm Katherine Lim and her daughters Belinda and Babara Seet, who star in Dementia Singapore
“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
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 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.