Sep 19, 2015

Using the arts to reach elderly with dementia | TODAYonline

SINGAPORE — Dementia patient and retired construction worker Lee Meng Teck never had the time or luxury to wield a camera — until this month, when the 75-year-old participated in a photography tour organised by the Alzheimer’s Disease Association (ADA) in conjunction with World Alzheimer’s Month and the Silver Arts Festival. The Silver Arts 2015 Festival is a month-long event (see box) organised...

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