(Left to right) Kay Ho, carer for a dementia patient; Dr Kenny Chui, a dementia care specialist at the Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing; and CUHK Professor Timothy Kwok. Photo: SCMP (Left to right) Kay Ho, carer for a dementia patient; Dr Kenny Chui, a dementia care specialist at the Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing; and CUHK Professor Timothy Kwok. Photo: SCMP
(Left to right) Kay Ho, carer for a dementia patient; Dr Kenny Chui, a dementia care specialist at the Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing; and CUHK Professor Timothy Kwok. Photo: SCMP

App to detect early dementia raises hopes of better care for Hongkongers

  • Chinese University team has developed a five-minute online test for people suspected to be suffering from dementia
  • Professor Timothy Kwok says app will enable patients to learn about their condition early and receive relevant care

Topic |   Wellness
(Left to right) Kay Ho, carer for a dementia patient; Dr Kenny Chui, a dementia care specialist at the Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing; and CUHK Professor Timothy Kwok. Photo: SCMP (Left to right) Kay Ho, carer for a dementia patient; Dr Kenny Chui, a dementia care specialist at the Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing; and CUHK Professor Timothy Kwok. Photo: SCMP
(Left to right) Kay Ho, carer for a dementia patient; Dr Kenny Chui, a dementia care specialist at the Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing; and CUHK Professor Timothy Kwok. Photo: SCMP
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