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A Colouring Game that Transforms into Puzzles for Your Loved Ones

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Inspired by her family’s early intervention journey, Christel creates tools for communities to better engage their loved ones.…

5 Things I Wish I Had Known In the Beginning of Dad’s Dementia

| Caregiver, Caregiving Tips, U.S. | No Comments
This is about what I learned in the early stages of his condition. I’m using examples taken from…

A Practical Guide to Dealing with Diagnosis

| Caregiving Tips, Products and Services, Singapore | No Comments
Receiving news that your loved one has dementia can be difficult to digest.  There is no “correct” way…

5 Ways To Transport Your Loved One With Dementia

| Caregiving Tips, Products and Services, Singapore | No Comments
When it comes to our loved one’s medical appointments, we all tend to feel a little flustered over…

‘Siapa nak jaga mak?’ A Narrative on The Mental Health Toll of Caregiving

| Caregiver, Singapore, Wellbeing | No Comments
This story is about Masturah, a single daughter, in Singapore, who quits her fulltime job to provide care…

Playing the Role of A Daughter: My Role in Caregiving

| Caregiver, Singapore, Wellbeing | No Comments
Ying Ying Ho first started assuming the role of her parents' caregiver approximately 8 years ago at the…

Do All Caregivers Matter?

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
“Caregivers of all ages need support. Shouldn’t we simply support all caregivers?” A belief that all caregivers have the exact…

Living The Long Goodbye with My Grandpa and Dementia

| Canada, Caregiver, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Julia is 26, and caring for her grandfather with dementia in Canada. She brings us through her journey…

Voices from Dementia Caregivers on Pangdemonium’s The Father

| Awareness, Culture, Singapore | No Comments
Pangdemonium's staging of The Father highlights the journey a family goes through when caring for a loved one with dementia.…

Daniel’s Journey: How I Manage Caregiving Stress

| Caregiver, Singapore, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Daniel Lim was 30 years old, and building a career for himself in Singapore. Everything changed when his…

Pangdemonium’s The Father: Dementia & Who Will Care?

| Awareness, Culture, Singapore | No Comments
Pangdemonium's staging of The Father is a poignant and devastating exploration of a 70-year-old man’s deteriorating mind as he sinks…
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Daniel’s Journey: My Life as a Working Caregiver

| Caregiver, Singapore, Young Caregiver | One Comment
Daniel Lim was 30 years old, and building a career for himself in Singapore. Everything changed when his…

An Asian Face to Dementia: Project We Forgot reviews Before We Forget

| Awareness, Caregiver | No Comments
Before We Forget, also known as The Kid from the Big Apple 2: Before We Forget (我来自纽约2:当我们在一起 in…

Wat Alz? Kasper’s Story of Memory Places, Imagination, & Dementia

| Awareness, Supporter | No Comments
Think about dementia as 'memory loss', and the thought becomes paralyzing. But imagine it as 'communication loss', and…

Ambiguous Loss: When The Loss Doesn’t End

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
Ambiguous loss differs from the experience of death because the loved one is still present. There is a…

Caregiving & Our New Year’s Resolution: Reserving Time For Myself

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
The new year brings a fresh start. For many people, that means making New Year’s resolutions. As a…

The Unsung Hero in Our Journey of Caring: Our Foreign Domestic Worker

| Caregiving, Singapore | No Comments
I have seen my-then-boyfriend-now-husband, Eric care for his father with dementia and he would not have been able…

What Does Dementia Mean To You?

| Caregiver, Wellbeing | No Comments
"Words and sentences do not tell us meanings by themselves; it's us who draw meanings from words and…

Facing Dementia with Mum and Many Other Caregivers

| Caregiving, Singapore | No Comments
Galen Yeo is a caregiver to his mother with dementia and the Creative Director of The Moving Visuals…

Caring for My Father with Dementia for Over 20 Years

| Caregiving, Singapore | No Comments
Sue Hsian Yau has been caring for her father for over 20 years. Her father was diagnosed in…

Caregiving from Afar Through Technology

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
Being far away from someone you love is tough, especially if they have health issues, but fortunately technology…

19 Year-Old Strives to Make Dominica a Dementia Friendly Country

| Awareness, Caregiver | No Comments
Rianna Patterson is bringing waves of change to her community through the Dominica Dementia Foundation. She is also a…

#MemoriesMatter: A Snapchat Campaign to Raise Awareness of Dementia in UAE

| Awareness | No Comments
Designed in a collaboration between Mediavest | Spark, Getty Images and Project We Forgot (PWF), a Snapchat-focused campaign…

6 Flags To Know It’s Time To Take A Break From Being A Caregiver

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
Keep check of your stress level by asking yourself whether you're experiencing any of the following emotional and…

A Singapore Heritage Card Game Designed to Fight Dementia & Bring Generations Together

| Awareness, Singapore | One Comment
Inspired by her grandfather's battle with dementia and now looking for ways to engage with her grandmother, Christel Goh,…
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Alzheimer’s Might Rob You of Your Memory, But it Can’t Take Away How You Choose to Face it As a Family

| Caregiver, UK | No Comments
Keir Gravil, from the UK, was 26 when his father was diagnosed with young-onset Alzheimer's. He brings us through his…

From Struggle Comes Strength: Inspiring Other Young Caregivers

| Caregiver, Singapore | No Comments
Eric Lim, based in Singapore, was 24 years old when he started caring for his father who was…

Loving Through Dementia: For Better or For Worse

| Caregiver, U.S. | One Comment
Jaime Pollard-Smith looks back at the power of her parents' marriage as she celebrates their 46th wedding anniversary this…

Dementia: The Battle of Getting Help is Hard When Fighting It Alone

| Caregiver, Israel | No Comments
Liza Futerman was in her 20s when her mom, based in Israel, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease. She…

Dementia and The Young Caregiver: Why Have We Been Forgotten ?

| Singapore, Wellbeing | No Comments
How we do pack all the milestones in life between 13 and 35, care for the person we…

Loving Our Dad Just As He Loved His

| Caregiver, Singapore | No Comments
Uzairah Azaman, from Singapore, was 24 years-old when her father was diagnosed with young-onset Alzheimer's. She shares how…

Have The Talk

| U.S., Wellbeing | No Comments
I’ve learned to value failed conversations, missed connections, confusions. What remains is what’s unsaid, what’s underneath. Understanding on…

Mum’s Dementia and Why It is Important to Educate The Young

| Caregiver, Hungary | No Comments
Tamas Tatai was 41 years old when he moved from the UK back home to Hungary to care for…

Dementia and The Invisible Carer

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
Young caregivers often face social isolation and guilt when having to care for a parent or grandparent with…

Keep It Inclusive, Simple and Safe This Holiday Season

| Caregiving, Singapore | No Comments
Busy, loud and full of cheer with lots of hugs and smiles to go around. Festivities are always…

Grandma’s Dementia And How Ignorance Was Certainly Not Bliss

| Singapore, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Joanna Sun, from Singapore, shares her memories growing up with grandma and reflects on seeing grandma's progress through dementia.…

Holding A Full-Time Job and Caring for Dad Who Has Dementia

| Supporter, Young Caregiver | No Comments
The video is about a single dad who raised his son by himself and when he turned 58, was…

She’s Family You Know? And You Never Give Up on Family

| Malaysia, Young Caregiver | No Comments
29 year-old Bobby Tan, from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, recalls his childhood with his grandma and shares snippets of…

Mom’s Dementia and My Journey to Acceptance

| U.S., Young Caregiver | No Comments
“Whoever is present are the right people. Whenever it begins is the right time. Whatever happens is the…

Dementia: The Hardest But the Most Beautiful Times Were When There Were Glimpses of Her Former Self

| Japan, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Born and based in America, Carina Mask was always traveling back to Japan to visit her grandparents. She documents her grandparents'…
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Think Your Loved One Has Dementia ? Tips When Talking To Your GP

| Caregiving, Singapore | No Comments
With all the education on dementia, it is also easy for a lot of people to jump the…
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My Father, Then And Now

| India, Young Caregiver | 2 Comments
Born in India and now based in Seattle, Anjan Kumar is a 31 year old software engineer and filmmaker. His father…

Loving with Mahmah, Living With Dementia

| Singapore, Young Caregiver | 4 Comments
A grandson captures his day through lens as he cares for grandma who has dementia. “This is a short exposition…
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媽 Mother | Project 20/20

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Starring Nick Shen, 媽 Mother is a short film by Stanley Xu, Valerie Ong and Lim Yuzheng from…

Grandma, A Big Part of My Life

| Singapore, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Jeremy Mok was about 19 years old when his grandmother was diagnosed with dementia. Now, in his 20s, he…

Our Imperfect Love

| Singapore, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Loving grandma in our imperfect, inadequate ways, but loving her no less. “The essence of being human is…
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‘Memory’: The Struggle Through Diagnosis, Confusion And Progress of Young-Onset Dementia

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A 16-episode Korean drama series. A painful portrayal of how a patient struggles between the fleeting states of…

From Hopeless to Hopeful

| Indonesia, Young Caregiver | No Comments
We speak to Deborah Dewi from Jakarta - on how it is like caring for her mother who was diagnosed…
Writing Through Dementia And Change

Writing Through Dementia And Change

| Wellbeing, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Alzheimer's caregivers frequently report experiencing high levels of stress. It can be overwhelming to take care of a…
Dear Judgemental

Dear Judgmental

| Awareness, Supporter | 3 Comments
A piece to to all those unaware out there. “Just remember that sometimes, the way you think about a…
Caring Tips For The Carefree

Caring Tips For The Carefree

| Wellbeing, Young Caregiver | No Comments
A young caregiver and looking for tips that you can relate to? Read on. "I don’t claim to…
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Fighting The Alzheimer’s Battle Fiercely And Remembering Mom For Who She Was

| Young Caregiver | No Comments
Choosing to remember their mother for who she was before the illness, Ana and Lexi has set up…
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What I Learnt Trying To Build Meaningful Conversations With My Mum

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Not knowing how to keep a conversation moving when your loved one has dementia can really put a…
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Grandson Produces A Short Film To Celebrate His Grandmother’s Life

| Awareness, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Project We Forgot speaks with Bart Frank, Founder of ObjektFilms, on the story behind the short film Joy and his…
joy-film-feature

Joy, A Short Film On The Memory Of A Faded Mind

| Current | No Comments
This short film by British filmmaker Bart Frank aims to celebrate the life of his Grandmother, Joy, while giving…
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Daughters Photograph Mom Battling With Alzheimer’s In A Series of Style Shots

| Awareness | One Comment
"You can choose to grieve or you can choose to celebrate but most of the time it goes…
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15 Things They Don’t Tell You About Dementia

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What other articles out there don’t tell you about how it’s like to live with a parent with this appalling…

As I Step Into This Journey With My Dad

| Singapore, Young Caregiver | No Comments
A conversation with Estee Teo as she steps into this journey with her dad. Estee’s dad was diagnosed…

When The Person You Knew Is Gone, But Not Gone

| Young Caregiver | No Comments
"Dementia has robbed my mum and me of the time we were supposed to have, and I’m still…

What My Mom (& Alzheimer’s) Taught Me

| Young Caregiver | No Comments
My mom saw beyond the babbles, beyond the memory loss, beyond the physical change, beyond the heartbreaking situation…
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Courageous And Beautiful, My Memory Of My Grandmother

| Young Caregiver | No Comments
Born and raised in Japan, Carina Mask, now 27, moved to the U.S when she was just 7…
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4 Ways To Avoid Caregiver Fatigue And Burnout

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Taking care of yourself is one of the most important things you can do as a caregiver. We're sure you’ve…

My Journey With My Mum: Finding The Lesson And Learning From It

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"Through it all, every now and then the wires would connect and she would be herself. Make a…
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How To Avoid Being The ‘Pro’ In Procrastination?

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How do we avoid procrastination as a caregiver ? "We begin to work only when the fear of…
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Why Finding Your Community As A Caregiver Is Important

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"We’re all holding hands as we guide each other along the endless road of uncertainty. We share our…
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I Was 8 Years Old And Living With Someone Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s

| Young Caregiver | 6 Comments
My grandma and her battle with dementia. She might not remember who I am, but I will always remember…
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Are You Eating Right, Caregivers?

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Remember, you’re eating healthy not just for yourself, but for your loved ones too. They are the ones who…

A Journey of Inspiration: Support for Young Caregivers

| Awareness, Singapore | No Comments
Melissa Chan, based in Singapore, was 14 when her father was diagnosed with young-onset Alzheimer's. She was inspired…
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How I See Beauty In Suffering

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"Sometimes, it is through these tiny bits that we begin to see the beauty in suffering. The beauty…
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Her Struggle Between Holding On And Letting Go

| Singapore, Supporter | One Comment
Before we start to judge and think that people who wish death upon their ailing parents are terrible…
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To Live This Gift Of Life We Were Given

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A blend of emotions and thoughts caring for mum who has dementia. "Grab these moments and memories and put…
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10 Ways To Help If Her Parent Has Alzheimer’s

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Have a fellow girl friend or dating a partner whose parent has Alzheimer’s ? Don’t know how to help?…
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5 Ways To Help You Care Better For The Person They Are Now

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Tips on remaining in the present and caring for your loved one for who they are now. By Melissa…
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Memories Of Our Memories

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“We take it for granted but memory is fundamental to everything you do. Our house always smelt of…
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Where’s The Party In My Life?

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"But here’s the thing, you need balance. Because without it, you're not going to be able to discover who…
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Visualising An Alzheimer’s Patient’s Experience

| Awareness, Current | One Comment
Kindness, graciousness, patience and understanding. It all goes a long way in the daily lives of dementia patients.…

Mom’s Killer Alzheimer’s: A Reminder To Enjoy Life’s Best Moments

| Caregiver | One Comment
Remembering memories with mum and looking back at the three main stages of Alzheimer's she went through. By…

Stories from Caregiver Journeys

5 Things I Wish I Had Known In the Beginning of Dad’s Dementia

| Caregiver, Caregiving Tips, U.S. | No Comments
This is about what I learned in the early stages of his condition. I’m using examples taken from…

‘Siapa nak jaga mak?’ A Narrative on The Mental Health Toll of Caregiving

| Caregiver, Singapore, Wellbeing | No Comments
This story is about Masturah, a single daughter, in Singapore, who quits her fulltime job to provide care…

Playing the Role of A Daughter: My Role in Caregiving

| Caregiver, Singapore, Wellbeing | No Comments
Ying Ying Ho first started assuming the role of her parents' caregiver approximately 8 years ago at the…

Living The Long Goodbye with My Grandpa and Dementia

| Canada, Caregiver, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Julia is 26, and caring for her grandfather with dementia in Canada. She brings us through her journey…

Daniel’s Journey: How I Manage Caregiving Stress

| Caregiver, Singapore, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Daniel Lim was 30 years old, and building a career for himself in Singapore. Everything changed when his…
dementia caregiver daniel and family

Daniel’s Journey: My Life as a Working Caregiver

| Caregiver, Singapore, Young Caregiver | One Comment
Daniel Lim was 30 years old, and building a career for himself in Singapore. Everything changed when his…

An Asian Face to Dementia: Project We Forgot reviews Before We Forget

| Awareness, Caregiver | No Comments
Before We Forget, also known as The Kid from the Big Apple 2: Before We Forget (我来自纽约2:当我们在一起 in…

What Does Dementia Mean To You?

| Caregiver, Wellbeing | No Comments
"Words and sentences do not tell us meanings by themselves; it's us who draw meanings from words and…

19 Year-Old Strives to Make Dominica a Dementia Friendly Country

| Awareness, Caregiver | No Comments
Rianna Patterson is bringing waves of change to her community through the Dominica Dementia Foundation. She is also a…
Keir Gravil_01_Mum_Dad

Alzheimer’s Might Rob You of Your Memory, But it Can’t Take Away How You Choose to Face it As a Family

| Caregiver, UK | No Comments
Keir Gravil, from the UK, was 26 when his father was diagnosed with young-onset Alzheimer's. He brings us through his…

From Struggle Comes Strength: Inspiring Other Young Caregivers

| Caregiver, Singapore | No Comments
Eric Lim, based in Singapore, was 24 years old when he started caring for his father who was…

Loving Through Dementia: For Better or For Worse

| Caregiver, U.S. | One Comment
Jaime Pollard-Smith looks back at the power of her parents' marriage as she celebrates their 46th wedding anniversary this…

Dementia: The Battle of Getting Help is Hard When Fighting It Alone

| Caregiver, Israel | No Comments
Liza Futerman was in her 20s when her mom, based in Israel, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease. She…

Loving Our Dad Just As He Loved His

| Caregiver, Singapore | No Comments
Uzairah Azaman, from Singapore, was 24 years-old when her father was diagnosed with young-onset Alzheimer's. She shares how…

Mum’s Dementia and Why It is Important to Educate The Young

| Caregiver, Hungary | No Comments
Tamas Tatai was 41 years old when he moved from the UK back home to Hungary to care for…

Grandma’s Dementia And How Ignorance Was Certainly Not Bliss

| Singapore, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Joanna Sun, from Singapore, shares her memories growing up with grandma and reflects on seeing grandma's progress through dementia.…

Holding A Full-Time Job and Caring for Dad Who Has Dementia

| Supporter, Young Caregiver | No Comments
The video is about a single dad who raised his son by himself and when he turned 58, was…

She’s Family You Know? And You Never Give Up on Family

| Malaysia, Young Caregiver | No Comments
29 year-old Bobby Tan, from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, recalls his childhood with his grandma and shares snippets of…

Mom’s Dementia and My Journey to Acceptance

| U.S., Young Caregiver | No Comments
“Whoever is present are the right people. Whenever it begins is the right time. Whatever happens is the…

Dementia: The Hardest But the Most Beautiful Times Were When There Were Glimpses of Her Former Self

| Japan, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Born and based in America, Carina Mask was always traveling back to Japan to visit her grandparents. She documents her grandparents'…

Caregiving & Wellbeing Tips

‘Siapa nak jaga mak?’ A Narrative on The Mental Health Toll of Caregiving

| Caregiver, Singapore, Wellbeing | No Comments
This story is about Masturah, a single daughter, in Singapore, who quits her fulltime job to provide care…

Playing the Role of A Daughter: My Role in Caregiving

| Caregiver, Singapore, Wellbeing | No Comments
Ying Ying Ho first started assuming the role of her parents' caregiver approximately 8 years ago at the…

Do All Caregivers Matter?

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
“Caregivers of all ages need support. Shouldn’t we simply support all caregivers?” A belief that all caregivers have the exact…

Ambiguous Loss: When The Loss Doesn’t End

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
Ambiguous loss differs from the experience of death because the loved one is still present. There is a…

Caregiving & Our New Year’s Resolution: Reserving Time For Myself

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
The new year brings a fresh start. For many people, that means making New Year’s resolutions. As a…

The Unsung Hero in Our Journey of Caring: Our Foreign Domestic Worker

| Caregiving, Singapore | No Comments
I have seen my-then-boyfriend-now-husband, Eric care for his father with dementia and he would not have been able…

What Does Dementia Mean To You?

| Caregiver, Wellbeing | No Comments
"Words and sentences do not tell us meanings by themselves; it's us who draw meanings from words and…

Facing Dementia with Mum and Many Other Caregivers

| Caregiving, Singapore | No Comments
Galen Yeo is a caregiver to his mother with dementia and the Creative Director of The Moving Visuals…

Caring for My Father with Dementia for Over 20 Years

| Caregiving, Singapore | No Comments
Sue Hsian Yau has been caring for her father for over 20 years. Her father was diagnosed in…

Caregiving from Afar Through Technology

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
Being far away from someone you love is tough, especially if they have health issues, but fortunately technology…

6 Flags To Know It’s Time To Take A Break From Being A Caregiver

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
Keep check of your stress level by asking yourself whether you're experiencing any of the following emotional and…

Dementia and The Young Caregiver: Why Have We Been Forgotten ?

| Singapore, Wellbeing | No Comments
How we do pack all the milestones in life between 13 and 35, care for the person we…

Have The Talk

| U.S., Wellbeing | No Comments
I’ve learned to value failed conversations, missed connections, confusions. What remains is what’s unsaid, what’s underneath. Understanding on…

Dementia and The Invisible Carer

| Caregiving, Wellbeing | No Comments
Young caregivers often face social isolation and guilt when having to care for a parent or grandparent with…

Keep It Inclusive, Simple and Safe This Holiday Season

| Caregiving, Singapore | No Comments
Busy, loud and full of cheer with lots of hugs and smiles to go around. Festivities are always…
think-your-loved-one-has-dementia

Think Your Loved One Has Dementia ? Tips When Talking To Your GP

| Caregiving, Singapore | No Comments
With all the education on dementia, it is also easy for a lot of people to jump the…
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媽 Mother | Project 20/20

| Awareness, Singapore, Wellbeing | No Comments
Starring Nick Shen, 媽 Mother is a short film by Stanley Xu, Valerie Ong and Lim Yuzheng from…
Writing Through Dementia And Change

Writing Through Dementia And Change

| Wellbeing, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Alzheimer's caregivers frequently report experiencing high levels of stress. It can be overwhelming to take care of a…
Caring Tips For The Carefree

Caring Tips For The Carefree

| Wellbeing, Young Caregiver | No Comments
A young caregiver and looking for tips that you can relate to? Read on. "I don’t claim to…
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What I Learnt Trying To Build Meaningful Conversations With My Mum

| Caregiving | No Comments
Not knowing how to keep a conversation moving when your loved one has dementia can really put a…

How Do I Support Caregivers Around Me ?

Wat Alz? Kasper’s Story of Memory Places, Imagination, & Dementia

| Awareness, Supporter | No Comments
Think about dementia as 'memory loss', and the thought becomes paralyzing. But imagine it as 'communication loss', and…

Holding A Full-Time Job and Caring for Dad Who Has Dementia

| Supporter, Young Caregiver | No Comments
The video is about a single dad who raised his son by himself and when he turned 58, was…
Dear Judgemental

Dear Judgmental

| Awareness, Supporter | 3 Comments
A piece to to all those unaware out there. “Just remember that sometimes, the way you think about a…
Lady-Sitting-Waiting-Shoes

How I See Beauty In Suffering

| Caregiver, Caregiving, Supporter | No Comments
"Sometimes, it is through these tiny bits that we begin to see the beauty in suffering. The beauty…
black-and-white-woman-girl-sitting

Her Struggle Between Holding On And Letting Go

| Singapore, Supporter | One Comment
Before we start to judge and think that people who wish death upon their ailing parents are terrible…
Backview-Female-Help-Support

10 Ways To Help If Her Parent Has Alzheimer’s

| Supporter, Wellbeing | No Comments
Have a fellow girl friend or dating a partner whose parent has Alzheimer’s ? Don’t know how to help?…

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A Colouring Game that Transforms into Puzzles for Your Loved Ones

| Caregiving Tips, Products and Services | No Comments
Inspired by her family’s early intervention journey, Christel creates tools for communities to better engage their loved ones.…

A Practical Guide to Dealing with Diagnosis

| Caregiving Tips, Products and Services, Singapore | No Comments
Receiving news that your loved one has dementia can be difficult to digest.  There is no “correct” way…

5 Ways To Transport Your Loved One With Dementia

| Caregiving Tips, Products and Services, Singapore | No Comments
When it comes to our loved one’s medical appointments, we all tend to feel a little flustered over…

Voices from Dementia Caregivers on Pangdemonium’s The Father

| Awareness, Culture, Singapore | No Comments
Pangdemonium's staging of The Father highlights the journey a family goes through when caring for a loved one with dementia.…

Pangdemonium’s The Father: Dementia & Who Will Care?

| Awareness, Culture, Singapore | No Comments
Pangdemonium's staging of The Father is a poignant and devastating exploration of a 70-year-old man’s deteriorating mind as he sinks…

An Asian Face to Dementia: Project We Forgot reviews Before We Forget

| Awareness, Caregiver | No Comments
Before We Forget, also known as The Kid from the Big Apple 2: Before We Forget (我来自纽约2:当我们在一起 in…

Wat Alz? Kasper’s Story of Memory Places, Imagination, & Dementia

| Awareness, Supporter | No Comments
Think about dementia as 'memory loss', and the thought becomes paralyzing. But imagine it as 'communication loss', and…

19 Year-Old Strives to Make Dominica a Dementia Friendly Country

| Awareness, Caregiver | No Comments
Rianna Patterson is bringing waves of change to her community through the Dominica Dementia Foundation. She is also a…

#MemoriesMatter: A Snapchat Campaign to Raise Awareness of Dementia in UAE

| Awareness | No Comments
Designed in a collaboration between Mediavest | Spark, Getty Images and Project We Forgot (PWF), a Snapchat-focused campaign…

A Singapore Heritage Card Game Designed to Fight Dementia & Bring Generations Together

| Awareness, Singapore | One Comment
Inspired by her grandfather's battle with dementia and now looking for ways to engage with her grandmother, Christel Goh,…
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媽 Mother | Project 20/20

| Awareness, Singapore, Wellbeing | No Comments
Starring Nick Shen, 媽 Mother is a short film by Stanley Xu, Valerie Ong and Lim Yuzheng from…
Memory_(Korean_Drama)-005

‘Memory’: The Struggle Through Diagnosis, Confusion And Progress of Young-Onset Dementia

| Current | No Comments
A 16-episode Korean drama series. A painful portrayal of how a patient struggles between the fleeting states of…
Dear Judgemental

Dear Judgmental

| Awareness, Supporter | 3 Comments
A piece to to all those unaware out there. “Just remember that sometimes, the way you think about a…
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Grandson Produces A Short Film To Celebrate His Grandmother’s Life

| Awareness, Young Caregiver | No Comments
Project We Forgot speaks with Bart Frank, Founder of ObjektFilms, on the story behind the short film Joy and his…
joy-film-feature

Joy, A Short Film On The Memory Of A Faded Mind

| Current | No Comments
This short film by British filmmaker Bart Frank aims to celebrate the life of his Grandmother, Joy, while giving…
Elena Feature Image

Daughters Photograph Mom Battling With Alzheimer’s In A Series of Style Shots

| Awareness | One Comment
"You can choose to grieve or you can choose to celebrate but most of the time it goes…

A Journey of Inspiration: Support for Young Caregivers

| Awareness, Singapore | No Comments
Melissa Chan, based in Singapore, was 14 when her father was diagnosed with young-onset Alzheimer's. She was inspired…
Road-Memory-Confusion-Remember

Memories Of Our Memories

| Current | No Comments
“We take it for granted but memory is fundamental to everything you do. Our house always smelt of…
Road-Streets-Walking-Confused

Visualising An Alzheimer’s Patient’s Experience

| Awareness, Current | One Comment
Kindness, graciousness, patience and understanding. It all goes a long way in the daily lives of dementia patients.…