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Catch the Future Explorer, plan your future better!

Boarding Now

LIFE Talk

Uphold the promises to you and your loved ones with tips on how to protect yourself and your finances.

Catch the Future Explorer, plan your future better!

10, 9, 8, 7⋯⋯
Your financial plan is ready for lift-off!

Boarding Now

Chicken soup for the soul, made with musical notes

Compared to speech therapy and physiotherapy, music therapy is not as well-known in Hong Kong. More than an emotional outlet, music can help with patients’ recovery. We talked to music therapist Kingman Chung.

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Eldercare Hong Kong: 70 is the new 50?

How will people spend these additional years of old age? We invited slashies -- Mr Lawrence Cheng, Ms Deborah Woo and Mr & Mrs Yan (volunteers of Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service) to share the tips on how to live a productive ageing life. Let’s break the mould of productive ageing!

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Look after yourself to look after a dementia patient

When you’re taking care of a dementia patient, even a sticky note or a clutter-free home can be a big help! If the pressure is getting to you, make sure you take good care of yourself and get some support.

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Dementia Symptom Alert! Attention, everyone!

Elderlies can be a little irritable sometimes, but frequent temper tantrums could be a sign of dementia! Watch out for behavioural changes in your family members. Early detection is better than knowing late.

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One photo is all it takes to assess dementia risks

Dementia is becoming increasingly common, but the ARIA test developed by Prof Benny Zee and his team enables us to easily determine our risks of dementia and stroke, and to better prevent them.

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Is Dementia reversible?

The symptoms of Dementia can be relieved through medication. Dementia is irreversible, progression would be delayed if early preventive measures are taken, such as maintain a healthy lifestyle. Do exercises to stimulate your brain and strengthen your body in leisure time.

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