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Get easy access to this compilation of guides on caring for persons with dementia.

For resources on caregiving in general, do ​ visit this page.

For service information, linkage, and resources on mental health or caregiving, email us at ccmh@aic.sg​.

Ask The Expert Video Series Resources

Whether you are a caregiver, a person living with dementia (PLWD), or know a caregiver or PLWD, we hope that you can find some inspiration and helpful tips.

Resources To Download

Living with Dementia - Knowing Dementia

A comprehensive guide to caregiving for persons with dementia, arranged in 4 parts to help caregivers along in their journey.

Part 1: Knowing Dementia
Part 2: Planning Care
Part 3: Providing Care
Part 4: Caring for Yourself

Living with Dementia - Planning Care

A comprehensive guide to caregiving for persons with dementia, arranged in 4 parts to help caregivers along in their journey.

Part 1: Knowing Dementia
Part 2: Planning Care
Part 3: Providing Care
Part 4: Caring for Yourself

Living With Dementia - Providing Care

A comprehensive guide to caregiving for persons with dementia, arranged in 4 parts to help caregivers along in their journey.

Part 1: Knowing Dementia
Part 2: Planning Care
Part 3: Providing Care
Part 4: Caring for Yourself

Living with Dementia - Caring for Self

A comprehensive guide to caregiving for persons with dementia, arranged in 4 parts to help caregivers along in their journey.

Part 1: Knowing Dementia
Part 2: Planning Care
Part 3: Providing Care
Part 4: Caring for Yourself

Remembering For The Two Of Us

Download to read more.

Dementia-Friendly Communities Brochure

How can we play a part and build a Dementia-Friendly Communities? Download to find out!

Caregivers’ Guide for Persons with Dementia Who Wander

A guide for caregivers to support persons with dementia who wanders and also includes support and services available

A Caregiver’s Top 20 Questions

Download to read more.

Dementia-Friendly Community - Living with People with Dementia

Provides bite-size information for public to understand the signs and symptoms of dementia, how to communicate and support persons with dementia.

Dementia Friends Mobile App Posters

Promotes sign up as a Dementia Friend via the Dementia Friends app.

Dementia Tips In Caring For Persons With Dementia

A compilation of infographics developed during COVID to support caregivers

Happy Mind, Healthy Life

Download the artwork for this magnet.

Publications

Six Principles of Dementia-Friendly Neighbourhood

By Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)This document outlines some guiding principles and features that are useful for making outdoor spaces and environments more friendly and welcoming to people living with dementia in the community.

Elderly-and-Dementia-Inclusive Environment Guide

An AIC-NYP Collaboration.

Looking to the Future

This guide serves as an update and expansion of the 2016 “Looking to the Future – Designing and Managing Residential Facilities for People with Dementia”. Through this guide, we aim to empower community care organisations on enhancing environment with retro-fits and minor adaptations such as choice of furniture to optimise the dementia-friendliness of the environment to enable and support the person living with dementia.

More Resources

​​​Dementia Eating and Communications

  • ​Food and nutrition section by Singapore General Hospital​. ​​Download

Word Puzzles on Dementia

For more puzzles, visit this Facebook page.

5 Ways to Reduce Risk of Dementia

Download


Forget Us Not

Download


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​Hack Care

HACK CARE is a catalogue of more than 240 pages of ideas to make your home a friendlier environment for you and your loved ones with dementia. It assembles practical hacks, surprising ideas, and simple tips and tricks to simplify your life as you cope with the daily challenges of caregiving, while transforming them into meaningful and enriching moments. Download



Learn More

Here are more resources about dementia

e-Learning on Dementia and Mental Health



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