DAI supports self-advocacy in Singapore

One of the things DAI has been doing globally for some time now, is supporting countries where traditionally, people with dementia rarely, if ever,  speak out publicly about their disease. This was the case when DAI’s CEO and Chair Kate Swaffer spent a few days working in Singapore last year, actively supporting the Alzheimer’s Disease Association there, also a member of our strategic partner, Alzheimer’s Disease International.

As a ‘patient’ global advocacy and online support organisation, DAI works hard to help other advocacy organisations to bring dementia out of the shadows, and to support countries to empower self advocates to work with. Working together, we can and will change this world, and ensure a better life for all people with dementia, and their families.

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