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


Programmes and Services

Persons living with dementia and caregivers are supported by an integrated mental health network to help them live well in the community.

Steven & Lai Quen Voices for Hope Dementia Advocates

The Power of Self-advocates in Dementia

Dementia self-advocates play an essential role in creating positive change in policies, researches, and initiatives that support the dementia community.


Mind-Body Wellness Programmes

Mind-body wellness programmes provide the opportunity for multimodal intervention for persons living with mild to moderate dementia, and aim to maintain or improve the cognitive function and overall well-being of


Night Respite Service for Caregivers

Are you unable to take time off your caregiving duties because your loved one living with dementia is experiencing sundowning? Fortunately, there are night respite and home-based overnight care services


Caregiving Through the Stages of Dementia

Your role as a caregiver changes with the progression of your loved one’s condition. Below summarises the caregiving experience through the different stages of dementia:1-3

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