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World Alzheimer's Month Event

World Alzheimer's Month Event

ADA and TTSH will be co-organising this year’s World Alzheirmer’s Month community outreach. Together we aspire to create continuous public awareness on dementia and other cognitive disorders, empower the public and older adults on dementia prevention through healthy ageing, and promote meaningful engagement of persons with dementia via multigenerational social activities.

World Mental Health day event: Walk with Us. Stamp out Stigma.

World Mental Health day event: Walk with Us. Stamp out Stigma.

Nearly every family has a relative or friend facing mental health issues. People with mental health conditions not only have to battle their conditions, but face stigma too. You can help break down stigma by learning and sharing the truth about mental health. Join us on our walk to show your support for persons living with mental health conditions and learn more about mental health at our carnival at *SCAPE.

A Public Forum for Caregivers of Youths

A Public Forum for Caregivers of Youths

Learn about the crucial signs you should not ignore in youths aged between 16 and 30 years old. You will also have the opportunity to interact with doctors, mental healthcare professionals, community helpers, caregivers and peer support specialists. Visit www.imh.com.sg/events to find out more and to register, or contact us at CHAT@mentalhealth.sg or 6389-2972.  

Building Resilience

Building Resilience

We live in a society where mistakes and relapses are considered as something that should be avoided. In doing so, we miss the important advantages we can learn from mistakes and relapses. In this workshop we will learn different methods on how to use what is looked at as failure.   

Finding Dignity

Finding Dignity

Finding Dignity, a Bharathanatyam dance theatre production which commemorates Annual World Mental Health Day, boldly ventures into the world of mental illness. Seen through a mother’s lens, Finding Dignity tells the tale of a daughter’s journey with schizophrenia.  

A member of National Healthcare GroupWork Life Activeness AwardTUVTUVGold   Comm Chest Award 2012