Enabling Festival 2020
In its third instalment since 2018, the Enabling Festival 2020 sets out to reach more people than ever this year, we are going virtual – yes, all festival activities this year will be accessible from right here.
With hundreds of positive endorsements by past year’s festival attendees, we are proud to present the Enabling Festival 2020, Do You See What I See?
Launch of Enabling Festival 2020 by
Guest of Honour
Mr Mohd Fahmi Aliman
Mayor of South East District
Grassroots Adviser to Marine Parade GRC GROs
Do You See What I See?
SIGHT will be the focus for the Enabling Festival 2020. The theme “Do You See What I See?” invites “You” to see what “I” the caregiver, or the people with dementia and organisers and friends of the festival “See”.
Not many of us will know what it feels like to live with the knowledge that our brain can play tricks on us and that we may see and perceive things entirely differently from everyone else. This is because we see the world based on our own lens and not through the perspective of people living with dementia, who are beset with visual obstacles and more.
At the festival, connect with caregivers, hear from thought leaders, pose questions to health professionals and specialists, and enjoy our artistic and informative films, talks, theatre, movement classes and more.
Join us at the Enabling Festival 2020! Supported by Temasek Trust and [email protected] fund, The Majurity Trust, and Agency for Integrated Care, and is organised by Enable Asia.
Festival Launch & Finale
Festival Chit Chats
26 Sept 2020: 11am
3 Oct 2020: 11am
4 Oct 2020: 11am
8 Oct 2020: 8pm
27 Sept 2020: 2pm
11 Oct 2020: 2pm
Little Red Couch
27 Sept 2020: 3pm
4 Oct 2020: 3pm
10 Oct 2020: 11am
10 Oct 2020: 3pm
10 Oct 2020: 1pm
Project Care For Me
In tandem with the Enabling Festival 2020, Enable Asia are working in partnership with the Singapore Management University on ‘Project Care For Me’. This research will help us to understand the well-being of the most important people in the lives of persons with mental health (including dementia) issues in Singapore: their caregivers. With the spotlight on persons with mental health issues in Singapore, especially during Covid-19, we need to care for the caregivers who face increasing challenges to their own well-being..
We encourage you to watch this video featuring Rosie Ching, Principal Investigator leading the study at SMU. In the video Rosie explains the potential helpful outcomes of this research. Please contact us if you’d like to learn more.
with the help of the following partners & sponsors