Our Delisoft Meals Wowed Many at CGH's World's Alzheimer's Month

September 20, 2019

Our Delisoft Meals Wowed Many at CGH's World's Alzheimer's Month

DID YOU KNOW September is World Alzheimer's Month? 
Fun fact! Alzheimer's Disease affects up to 82,000 people in Singapore. 
 
Last week, Changi General Hospital held a public roadshow to raise awareness and challenge the stigma that surrounds dementia. 
 
We are proud to announce that our Delisoft meals were featured at the event! 
Alzheimer at later stages can lead to dysphagia or swallowing problems. This is why our meals come in 3 textures to help caregivers whip up a delicious meal within minutes! Our meals wowed. Some even asked ask ..."they still look so fresh and colourful, is this real food?" 
 
Thank you Changi General Hospital for inviting us! 
 
Delisoft can also be found at CGH Pharmacy B (Blue Zone) so do check it out if you know someone with dysphagia and struggles to getting enough nutrition.
Any questions? Call us at 62502129, we'll always here to help! 




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