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In Singapore, one in 10 people aged 60 and above has dementia. This number is expected to double by 2030. It is a public health priority for health professionals to adopt an evidence-based approach that can effectively diagnose the condition for early and optimal medical management.

As dementia is commonly misperceived as a normal part of ageing, it is crucial that caregivers recognise the early signs of dementia and are equipped with dementia-specific training to support people living with dementia and provide them with a quality of life.

Join fellow health professionals in this 2-day interprofessional symposium, to discuss and share recent evidence as well as experiences in caring for people with dementia.

Speakers / Trainers

What You’ll Learn

Who Should Attend

Any healthcare professionals interested in the health and rehabilitation of elder people with dementia and other chronic conditions.


Day 1 – Living with Dementia
Time Topic Speaker
8:30am Registration
9:00am Opening Remarks
9:15am Healthy ageing - Maintaining Brain Health For Older People Prof Christine Brown-Wilson
10:00am Developing Dementia Eco- system: Sharing our journey Dr Tan Weng Mooi, Chief, Community Mental Health Division, Agency for Integrated Care
10:30am Morning Coffee & Networking
11:00am Ageing without dementia Dr Ng Tze Pin
11:30am Early signs and symptoms of dementia Classification of Alzheimer’s disease Progression of non-Alzheimer’s dementia Dr Lim Jun Pei, Geriatrics Department,Tan Tock Seng Hospital
12:30pm Lunch
1:30pm Imaging and dementia Mr Christopher Lai
2:00pm Voice of the person with dementia and their carer in person centred care Prof Christine Brown-Wilson
2:45pm Lived experience of person with dementia and caregiver Dr Davynn Tan/ Ms Katherine Lim and Ms Belinda Seet, Ms Jacqueline Sim and Ms Cheryl Tan, persons with dementia and caregivers, Voices for Hope Program, Alzheimer’s Disease Association
3:30pm Afternoon Tea
4:00pm Caregiver’s story Mr Eric Lim
4:30pm Panel discussion – Reflections on the day Prof Christine Brown-Wilson
Mr Eric Lim
Dr Davynn Tan
5:00pm Closing Remarks

Day 2 – Supporting People with Dementia
Time Topic Speaker
9:00am Registration
9:15am Shared care approach to caring for the older person with dementia Prof Christine Brown-Wilson
10:00am Design thinking: environment for people with dementia Asst Prof Agnes Xue
10:30am Morning Coffee & Networking
11:00am Medical management of dementia Dr Simon Ting Kang Seng
11:30am Nursing people with dementia – acute care to homecare perspective Ms Jasmine Kang
12:00pm Nursing people with dementia – ILTC (community care sector) perspective Ms Fauziah Binte Rahman
12:30pm Lunch
1:30pm Evidence-based OT management for people with dementia Dr Davynn Tan
2:00pm Exercise therapy for Alzheimer’s disease Ms Beh Soot Yee
2:30pm Speech pathology in management of people with dementia Ms Peh Hui Peng
3:00pm Innovation in care models Mr Tirupathi Karthik
3:30pm Afternoon Tea
4:00pm Community / Transdisciplinary approach supporting persons with dementia living at home Mr Stephen Chan ADA, Head of Care Giver Support
4:30pm Panel discussion – Reflections on the day Prof Christine Brown-Wilson
Ms Jasmine Kang 
Mr Stephen Chan ADA
5:00pm Closing remarks


Category Fee
Symposium $200.00 (excludes GST)

Promo Code

Category Promo Code Validity
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*Terms and conditions apply. Limited seats available.

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Key Info

Venue SIT@Dover, 10 Dover Drive S138683
Time 08:30 AM to 05:00 PM
Date 13 May 2019 (Mon) to
14 May 2019 (Tue)
Registration is Closed.

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