Share&Care#4: Caring For Persons Living With Dementia by ClubHEAL (Malay)

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Care & Share#4 Talking About Caring For Persons Living With Dementia by ClubHEAL (Conducted in Malay)

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Antara Ujian dan Nikmat - Pahit Manis Perjalanan Penjaga Pesakit Demensia

A Blessing in Disguise; the Bitter Sweet Journey of Caregivers for Persons with Dementia

Come and participate in an honest chat with ClubHEAL on the common perceptions and challenges of caregiving for persons with dementia, within the Malay / Muslim community.

There will be a sharing of live experiences, useful tips and current community efforts in supporting persons with dementia by Mr Muhammad Fauzy Ramli and Ms Nadirah Abdul Ajees.

For more programmes, please visit: Enabling Festival 2020

Muhammad Fauzy Ramli

Counsellor, Club HEAL

Graduated with a Diploma in Tahfiz Al-Quran & Al-Qiraat

Graduated with a Diploma in Counselling & Psychology

Started with youth work in 2010 and now in mental health sector with Club HEAL

Nadirah Abdul Ajees

Case Worker, Club HEAL CREST @ Pasir Ris

Graduated Magna Cum Laude (2nd Latin Honours) with Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Buffalo, The State University of New York, Singapore Institute of Management (SIM-UB), in 2017.

In Club HEAL, she has the opportunity to work with both people with mental health challenges and dementia, while doing outreach and raising awareness of mental health issues in the community.


Oniatta Effendi

Oniatta Effendi is an educator with over 20 years of experience in the classroom. A strong advocate of the Arts and an active applied drama practitioner, she believes in the transformative nature of drama, especially with vulnerable communities. She has worked with ex-offenders with addiction issues in a halfway house, youth offenders in juvenile rehabilitative spaces, youths in welfare homes as well as youths with special needs. She founded Baju by Oniatta – a clothing line, dedicated to revive Batik by reinventing the way it is worn and appreciated, and has recently opened a boutique called Galeri Tokokita to house her collection of batiks and batik apparel. Oniatta is a proud mother of 5 children and the sole caregiver for her elderly parents.

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