UNESCO-NIE Centre for Arts Research in Education (CARE)

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(A CARE forum Series and CCD lecture series)

Eldercare is an urgent issue in Singapore. Care for persons with dementia is primarily focused on clinical and medical support and intervention. Angela Liong, cultural medallion recipient, The Arts Fission Company, Dr Ng Li Ling, Senior Consultant, Community Psychogeriatric Programme (CPGP), Changi Hospital and Felicia Low, Director, CCD Singapore discuss a collaborative arts-medical research project which explores alternative intervention in the form of creative movement and dance.

Dr Ng will define dementia and present innovative intervention strategies which have been undertaken by the CPGP.

Felicia discusses the processes and challenges of negotiating a research initiative with a hospital and approaches used in past and current research.

Angela shares the development of her curriculum design and ethical considerations as an artist.

Please register at http://apesnap.com/event/DanceDementia


Presentation by Dr Ng Li Ning


Presentation by Felicia Low


Presentation by Angela Liong


Q & A

6 February 2014
7pm, CCD Studio @ Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Blk B, #05-02

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