About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2021, 11:59 PM
2021 marks almost two full years of living with COVID-19, and the impact continues to be great for our dementia community.

Caring for persons with dementia requires attention, focus and patience. Caregiving can be immensely stressful and exhausting and the evolving COVID-19 situation and safe management measures can make things harder on caregivers.

Throughout COVID-19 and beyond, we continue to provide key dementia care services, such as:
- Our New Horizon Centres, which provide daycare services and cognitively stimulating activities for persons with dementia, and help to ease the load on families during the day.

- Our Home Support Team, which provides case management and counselling services for caregivers with high care stress and persons living with dementia with complex behaviour of concern.

- Our Caregiver Support Group, which provides respite and a safe space for like-minded caregivers to share caregiving experiences or practical tips.

Despite the limitations, our dedicated staff continue to serve our clients and caregivers, by providing much-needed care and crucial support during this critical period.

Please consider supporting us and making a donation. Your generous giving, small or big, will go a long way.

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About the Charity

Dementia Singapore was formed in 1990 as the 'Alzheimer's Disease Association' to better serve Singapore's growing dementia community, increase awareness about dementia, and reduce the stigma surrounding the condition.


As Singapore's leading Social Service Agency (SSA) in specialised dementia care, Dementia Singapore aims to advocate for the needs of people living with dementia and their families; empower the community through capability-building, knowledge and consultancy; and deliver quality, person-centred care innovations.

Dementia Singapore is registered as a company limited by guarantee UEN No. 202111519K.

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Community
Disability
Elderly
Health