Dementia Care Guides
Nurturing relationships between care recipient and their caregivers has positive benefits for both. Here’s three tips to help build relationships.
Chinese New Year is the most important event in the traditional Chinese calendar. During this period, families and friends get together for a wonderful time catching up, meeting new additions to the family, and paying respects to their elderly. However, if you are a...
Dementia is a brain disorder and isn’t a normal part of ageing, but do you know that there are 10 forms of dementia?
Lifestyle choices can help to slow and prevent dementia. Here are some changes you and your loved ones can make!
Losing oneself due to dementia is extremely traumatic and spotting the signs of dementia early can help us to slow its progression and relieve stress on ourselves and our loved ones.
We know at times, caregivers can’t help feeling frustrated when dealing with parents with dementia. So here are some common scenarios and appropriate responses that can help you cope better!
My grandfather contracted dementia in his 70s. At first, he seemed fine – just an occasional forgetfulness and absentminded pacing around the house. Then, his dementia started to progress.