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Want to learn more about dementia? The following article provides a list of e-learning programmes to expand your knowledge about the types and  symptoms of dementia to better support your loved one’s needs.  

Agency for Integrated Care (AIC)

As part of the e-learning initiative, the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) has developed an e-learning programme to help persons living with dementia and their caregivers learn more about dementia. 

Understanding Dementia

Through this online course, you will learn about the following topics: 

  • What dementia is, its types, and risk factors
  • Signs and symptoms of dementia
  • Basic communication tips when interacting with persons living with dementia
  • Ways to reduce the risk of getting dementia
  • Dementia-friendly initiatives

 

You will receive an e-certificate upon completion of the course and an evaluation form. 

Find out more or scan the QR code below to learn more about dementia now!

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