Recognising Warning Signs of Dementia

Elderly Group

Recognising Warning Signs of Dementia

Dementia is a condition that affects the brain, leading to a decline of cognitive abilities such as memory, reasoning and language. Whether it is for yourself or a loved one, understanding the signs of dementia will help you to be aware of your health situation and seek an early diagnosis.

Read on for the warning signs of dementia that you should look out for.


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If you have any enquiries on caregiving for a loved one or want to find out more, please call TOUCH Care Line at 6804 6555 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm). Our team of occupational therapists will help to address your needs. 

TOUCH Caregivers Support (TCG) was set up to help caregivers for older people cope with the challenges of caregiving. TCG works closely with TOUCH Home Care’s (THC) trans-disciplinary team of doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and care coordinators to offer a suite of home-based care and support services. TCG’s Care Line, manned by field professionals, operates from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (excluding Public Holidays and eve of Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year). Caregivers can also receive customised home-based caregiver training by therapists and nurses. TCG also provides a one-stop service to modify homes to keep seniors safe. An online Facebook Caregivers Support Group was also set up to build a safe environment to provide peer support and information exchange. As an advocate for caregivers, TCG conducts talks and webinars, and shares insights on media platforms to empower and further strengthen caregivers’ mental resilience.