Introduction to Cognitive Intervention Programme
Cognitive Intervention Programme (CIP) is a three-hour sessional programme, providing multimodal interventions for persons living with mild to moderate dementia. The programme aims to maintain and/or improve cognition, functional status and overall well-being of person living with dementia.
The CIP provider will conduct the three-hour session in either English or Mandarin at the centre, includes the following activities:
Provides multicomponent exercises such as muscle strengthening, range of motion and resistance exercises
Provides activities that stimulate participants’ cognition such as digital games and memory games
Social engagement activities
Provides psycho-social activities such as baking/painting and music therapy
The activities conducted are dependent on the CIP provider engaged. Please refer to the provider’s website below for more information.
How to Apply
It is recommended for clients to attend CIP sessions twice weekly. Transport can be arranged for client(s) who stays within 5km from CIP centres.
The estimated cost ranges between $80 and $90 per session before subsidy, and excludes transport services.
You may contact one of the following to find out more:
- Medical social worker, nurse or doctor at the hospital and polyclinics
- CREST and COMIT Providers
Alternatively, you may visit an AIC Link near you for assistance on the application process.
CIP providers at the following hotline and centre location:
Care Community Services Society
103 Lavender Street, CarePoint
Tel: 93858277 / 93858773
Need more help?
Send us your enquiry
Mon – Fri: 8:30 am – 8:30 pm
Sat: 8:30 am – 4.00 pm
Visit the AIC Link branch
nearest to you