Symptoms and Treatment of Dementia by Dr Felicia Law (via Zoom)

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Talk on Symptoms and Treatment of Dementia by Dr Felicia Law, consultant in the Dept of Geriatric Medicine Tan Tock Seng Hospital

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Forgetfulness is common in older people and is not always a cause for concern.

Early intervention can help to identify patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI), which has been shown to have an annual conversion rate of 10 to 15% to dementia.

More serious and progressive forgetfulness may be caused by a disease of the brain, such as dementia. The more common causes of dementia are Alzheimer's Disease and vascular dementia. Although not reversible, early detection will enable treatment to be started, and this can help improve the patient's symptoms and quality of life as well as reduce the stress on those providing care for the patients.

Dr Felicia Law is a consultant in the Department of Geriatric Medicine currently working at Tan Tock Seng Hospital. Her subspecialty area of interest is in cognition and memory disorders. She journeys with older persons with dementia and their caregivers as part of her daily work, delivering comprehensive person-centered care.

This is part of Saturday Health Talks LIVE organised by Brahm Centre where healthcare professionals and qualified speakers from various fields are invited to conduct free talks followed by Q&A.

You will receive an email from EventBrite upon registration with instructions to access the webinar. You can either click the link to view the talk live on EventBrite, or scroll to the bottom of the email for the Zoom link.

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Brahm Centre is a leading course provider of a wide range of science-based mindfulness programs to reduce stress and enhance well-being in today's fast paced world. We have worked with healthcare agencies, schools and corporations to equip employees, parents and students with mindfulness tools to help them stay physically and mentally well. 


Course graduates may enhance their practice by joining our weekly mindfulness clubs. Furthermore there are free regular health talks conducted by healthcare professionals and qualified speakers open to the public.


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