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​​Support for Persons Living With Dementia and Their Caregivers

In Singapore, persons at risk or with dementia can be supporte​d by an integrated mental health network that aims to help them live well in the community. This support also extends to their caregivers.

​​​​​​​​​Health, Social, Community Care

The network brings together health, social, and Community Care providers who serve persons with mental health conditions and their families. Click here to learn how a caregiver is being supported by this network.

You and your loved one can get support so that your loved one is engaged with meaningful activities at home and in the community. There are also services for caregivers to get help, such as behavioural management for their loved ones, and respite care so that caregivers can take a break.​

If you need advice or support on any mental health issues, you may email

Integrated Northern Dementia Care System

In 2012, the CARITAS Network (then known as “TC-iCommunity@North” integrated network), comprising Community Outreach Teams (CREST) and Community Intervention Teams (COMIT) and the dementia multi-disciplinary team of Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH)was piloted to provide person-centred care to the community, clients and their caregivers in the north. Today, it has expanded to include other partners, e.g. primary care providers, dementia day care partners and grassroots organisations, so that there is a continuum of care for their clients and caregivers.

Beyond building and integrating care services, a Dementia-Friendly Community is also set up in Yishun to build an inclusive environment where persons living with dementia and their caregivers will be able to get help and support, thus reducing caregiver stress and fatigue. Persons living with dementia can feel respected, valued, and confident with help within easy reach, and are able to continue to lead independent lives at home and in the community.

Both the CARITAS network and the Yishun Dementia-Friendly Community come together to provide integrated care and local community support for persons living with dementia and their caregivers.

Learn More

Here are more resources about dementia

Emotional Support And Referrals

Assessment And Counselling

Other Care Services

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