Atria Community Corner Activities

Atria Community Corner Activities Featured

  • Location: Atria Community Corner @ 3rd Floor
  • Contact: 010-361 9125
  • Link: Outlet Location

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The Atria Community Corner was launched in September 2017 in conjunction with World Alzheimer’s Month. It is a joint community initiative of the Atria Shopping Gallery (Atria) under its CSR programme and the Alzheimer’s Disease Foundation Malaysia (ADFM).

With this collaboration, Atria is aspiring to be the first dementia-friendly community mall in Malaysia aimed at:
• raising greater awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementia; and
• providing information and support to the neighbourhood communities around Damansara Jaya and its vicinity.

Located at Lot T03 on the Third Floor (two doors from Daiso), the Atria Community Corner is open daily from 11am to 7pm. All health, nutrition & wellbeing talks, activities and information leaflets provided at the Atria Community Corner are free.


June 2018 Activities





Every Mondays-Fridays



Activities on Sudoku, jigsaw puzzles,  art & crafts, etc


3, 10, 17 and 24 June 2018



Weekly Elder Yoga Exercise

For Caregivers and Persons with Dementia, Senior Citizens and their families.


Regular yoga practice helps people of all age groups including the elderly. For the seniors, regular yoga practice can play an important part in keeping you healthy, because it helps to: reduce swelling in joints; increase joint mobility and strength; improve balance and stability.


Ms Stephanie Kuan. Supported by Ms Shirley Low and a team of volunteered Yoga practitioners.

2 June



"Caregivers' Sharing Session"


Caregivers of their loved ones who are living with dementia are encouraged to attend this monthly caregivers’ sharing session which provides an opportunity to meet with fellow caregivers in a similar situation to share your experiences, practical tips and learn from each other.


Ms Tan Swee Lian was a former caregiver for her late mother, Nancy Teh who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease before she passed away in 2011.

9, 16 and 23 June (Saturday)



"Have I Lost It?" 

On Alzheimer’s and Dementia Awareness


In this health and wellbeing talk delivered over 3 sessions, you will learn and know more of Dementia and Alzheimer’s, the early signs and symptoms of the disease, what you can do to reduce the risk of developing dementia and how to manage the challenges of dementia care.


Dr Leela Koran, is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, University Malaya.

Prof Dr Chin Ai Vyrn is a Consultant Geriatrician in UMMC and UMSC. He trained in Dublin, Ireland and was the lead Clinical and Research Fellow at Mercer's Institute for Research in Ageing and lectured in Gerontology at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland prior to returning to Malaysia.


30 June (Saturday)  3.00pm – 4.30pm  “Fun with Gardening” 
Ms Tan will share insights and useful tips on how the right start will make your plants and greens grow beautifully, healthy and well. This talk will be the first of a few sessions, not only for avid gardeners and as a hobby, but for the many benefits as a daily activity and a form of exercise.
Ms Tan Swee Lian, President of the Selangor Gardening Society.  She is a graduate in Agricultural Science and holds a PhD in plant breeding and genetics from University of Malaya.  She worked in the Malaysian Agricultural Research & Development Institute (MARDI) for over 37 years.


We welcome you to join our weekend health talks and yoga exercises. Admission is free. However, we do encourage registration for logistics purposes.

Please e-mail [email protected] with your details as follows:
1. Full name(s)
2. Mobile contact number(s)
3. Indicate whether you are a family caregiver or attending for self-knowledge
4. If you are a caregiver, please indicate to whom you are caring for (e.g. mother/husband/etc)

For further enquiries, do call or WhatsApp: 010-361 9125.

• If you are at the Atria Community Corner with your dementia-loved ones, please ensure that you are with them at all times.
• Do bring a shawl or cardigan as the central air-conditioning can be quite cold.
• Please do bring socks for the Yoga sessions.
• No food are allowed. This is to keep the premises clean and to adhere to Atria house rules.