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Tips on caring for loved ones with dementia during Covid-19 measures

1) Be patient

People with dementia can have a hard time remembering recent events so they will need to be gently reminded of safety measures from time to time.

1) Be patient

People with dementia can have a hard time remembering recent events so they will need to be gently reminded of safety measures from time to time.

2) Adapt their daily routine

Replace activities they can’t do outside with new ones such as indoor workouts, games, reading books, watching movies, and more so they remain active and engaged.

3) Help them socialise
via virtual meetings

Social and mental interaction is important for people with Alzheimer’s. Help them connect with their friends via online video meetings and phone calls.

3) Help them socialise
via virtual meetings

Social and mental interaction is important for people with Alzheimer’s. Help them connect with their friends via online video meetings and phone calls.

4) Nutrition helps to
support brain health

Nutrition is key to maintaining a healthy brain. Taking Souvenaid daily has been shown to support people living with memory and cognitive decline.

5) Find out more
about dementia

It takes understanding to forge empathy. We encourage you to talk to loved ones with dementia, or search for resources and shared experiences online. Read more stories here: https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/covid-19-coronavirus-dementia-circuitbreaker-caregivers-12721144

5) Find out more
about dementia

It takes understanding to forge empathy. We encourage you to talk to loved ones with dementia, or search for resources and shared experiences online. Read more stories here: https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/covid-19-coronavirus-dementia-circuitbreaker-caregivers-12721144
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