STAYING ACTIVE WITH ALZHEIMER’S

Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, resulting in progressive cognitive and psychological changes. Dementia symptoms can impact physical function leading to complications and reduced quality of life. Physical activity improves mobility, mood and may slow the progression of cognitive decline.

To commemorate World Alzheimer’s Day, join us for the 15th instalment of our Wellness series with Senior Physiotherapist, Marcus Tow, as he addresses factors affecting mobility in persons with Alzheimer’s and interventions for functional health.

Marcus is registered with the Allied Health Professions Council and has a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) with Honours jointly awarded by the Singapore Institute of Technology and Trinity College Dublin. He has wide experience in multiple settings including hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and day rehabilitation centres, across a variety of areas such as neuro-rehabilitation, geriatrics, pediatrics, orthopaedics, women’s health, palliative care and dementia care. A qualified supervisor with the Allied Health Professions Council, Marcus has delivered caregiver training in various settings.

At Allium Healthcare, Marcus oversees a diverse group of clients to meet their rehabilitation goals. He is additionally a clinical educator involved in competency-based training and chairs the falls prevention committee.

Register for your complimentary webinar at +65 8733 8099 or https://bit.ly/3jehIQ7

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