This video is part of a poetry project by members of the DAI Peer to Peer Support group in Singapore. They meet weekly, to share ideas and strategies to live more positilvely with dementia, and to work together on projects like this, to celebrate their talents, courage and strength. This project stemmed from a discussion th members had on their experiences of stigma and how much they want to be treated as normal people and they can still do many things.
The Hai Ou Project by the DAI P2P Support group in Singapore
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