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Voice of Dementia

“Voice of Dementia” is a newsletter published by the Alzheimer’s Disease Association with news on events, tips for caregivers, upcoming training workshops and medical news. To get a copy for yourself, you can simply visit us at one of our events, or contact us. A preview is available below.

You can also sign up for the online edition of our newsletter, “Voice of Dementia Online”, here:

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Current Issue (July 2017)

  • FORGET ME NOT

    • Out To Lunch @ Dignity Kitchen
    • Greater Emphasis on Dementia in Singapore
    • More Singing Please!
  • ALZHEIMER'S NEWS

    • Early Diagnosis the Key Message for World Alzheimer’s Month 2017
    • Booming Alzheimer’s Growth to Test China’s Healthcare System
    • Possible Common Thread found among Alzheimer’s Parkinson’s and Huntington’s Diseases
    • Fighting Dementia with … Disco!
  • ASK THE EXPERTS

    • “How can I help family and friends better interact with persons with dementia (PwD)?”
    • “What’s the best way to respond to aggressive behaviour from a person with dementia?”
  • FEATURES

    • “I want to take care of her while I still can”
    • A Dementia-safe Haven: Making your Home Dementia-proof
    • Green Fingers, Colourful Minds
    • 5 Berry good ways to improve Mental Health

Past Issues

  • FORGET ME NOT

    • A hike down memory lane.
    • Family of Wisdom Art Exhibition at Tan Tock Seng Hospital
    • Toa Payoh New Horizon Centre Re-opens
    • World Alzheimer’s Month 2016 Activities at Toa Payoh West CC
  • ALZHEIMER'S NEWS

    • Annual Neurocognitive Symposium to be held in March
    • Celebrities urge Families to continue visiting relatives with Dementia
    • Brushstroke Analysis Reveals Patterns of Dementia Development
    • Consuming a handful of Walnuts daily may help fight Alzheimer’s
  • ASK THE EXPERTS

    • “Since my mother was diagnosed with AD, her sleep pattern has changed and she has problems falling asleep. How can I make sleep time easier for her?”
    • “It is stressful for caregivers when a person with AD repeats something over and over again. What’s the best way to respond in such situations?”
  • FEATURES

    • Dementia at Work: Dementia should not come between you and a fulfilling, extended work life
    • Sooner rather than Later: the Importance of Early Diagnosis
    • Grooving to a Healthier Brain
    • More than just Guacamole