“An early diagnosis means I can live well for longer.”
In partnership with Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, ADA invites you to a free community health forum on 21 and 22 September to learn more about the early detection and treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common form of dementia in Singapore. Today, dementia affects more than 45,000 Singaporeans. A person with dementia may have problems with memory, thinking skills, emotions, behaviour and mood. As a result, a person with Alzheimer’s gradually loses their ability to carry out daily activities. An early diagnosis means you can live well for longer.
Come and listen to our lineup of experts in the field, and gain a better understanding about dementia. Apart from the public talks, visitors can attend workshops, enjoy performances and take part in physical exercises. There will be booths by various partners, including Fei Yue, Forget Us Not, Jaga-Me, SAGE Counselling Services and the Singapore Association for Mental Health.
Check out our line-up of talks and workshops below, as well as a list of Frequently Asked Questions and biographies of our speakers.