The Alzheimer’s Disease Association (ADA) is a social service agency and is made up of caregivers, professionals and all who are interested in dementia. ADA provides daycare for people with dementia, as well as services such as counselling, support groups, referrals and public education talks. The Association also conducts training and workshops for caregivers.
In light of COVID-19, stay updated on any changes to ADA’s programmes and services here.
Medical appointments are some of the more essential reasons that will see us leaving the house amidst the COVID-19 Circuit Breaker measures. During these appointments, taking extra precautions will go a long way in keeping our loved ones safe.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, ADA has faced multiple new challenges. The experience has been a huge learning curve for us. We’ve taken this opportunity to innovate and, along the way, discovered different approaches and better ways to keep reaching out to our clients.
In order to help people living with dementia and their families, especially during the Circuit Breaker period, ADA collaborated with the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) and worked with enforcement authorities on how to create awareness of dementia, and how to render the appropriate assistance should someone with dementia unintentionally break the Circuit Breaker rules.