September 17th 2018

Dementia is quickly becoming one of the major health and social care issues of the 21st century. As there are currently no pharmaceutical interventions to modify the disease course of any of the main causes of dementia, it is vital that other targeted treatments are explored and utilised.

Care Visions Beijing take pride in the implementation of their care model, ‘The Care Visions Alzheimer’s Pathway’, which enables them to bring their innovative approach to China.

Secretary of State for Health Matt Hancock MP, discussed Care Visions’ MOU with healthcare design group TLD/DWA;

“Care Visions is at the forefront of data driven non-pharmacological interventions for dementia. Today they will sign an MOU with an international award-winning healthcare design group TLD/DWA. Both companies are driving innovative, technological approaches and data driven methods to assist in the care and treatment of dementia and specifically Alzheimer’s. As a result of today’s MOU signing, the two companies will together engage with Hong Kong Land and the Senior Well Being hub in Hangzhou. They will develop China’s first integrated senior care and health hub to be completed in 2024.”