Care Visions are delivering world class dementia care in China and the UK

Dementia is one of the major social problems of our century. As advancements have been made in medicine, standards of living, and lifestyle, people are living longer. As a result, more and more people are reaching the age where dementia can become a real possibility. It is widely recognised that anti-psychotic, anxiolytic and anti-depression medication are overused and often inappropriately prescribed for people with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Additionally, there is currently no drug treatment which alters the path of dementia in any significant way, and huge amounts of funding are being pulled from research into dementia and Alzheimer’s drugs.

We deliver non-drug dementia therapies in China, focusing on improving the quality of life of the person living with dementia. More recently we have started delivering these therapies in the UK.

Care Visions non-drug therapy have been proven to improve quality of life, significantly slow cognitive decline, and allow the patient to better communicate.

Care Visions have developed a unique and innovative approach to dementia care.

There is no cure or effective drug treatment to prevent potential mental decline from dementia and several clinical trials from major pharmaceutical firms have failed in recent years.
Alzheimer’s, the most common form of dementia, follows a defined pathway with patients demonstrating noticeable problems and behaviours in each stage.

Care Visions has mapped these brain symptoms and aligned non-drug therapies to address each area of brain degradation accordingly via our unique methodology.

Care Visions has the only scientifically accredited non-pharmacological approach on the market – we provide individualised care based on disease modelling and psychosocial data capture that delivers proven measurable, positive patient outcomes.

Our therapies are delivered as part of a community care model that informs, supports and embraces all stages of the disease for patient and family.

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