Senior Care Organization Calls For Relationship-Based Care For Alzheimer’s Patients At G7 Global Dementia Legacy Event

Senior Care Organization Calls For Relationship-Based Care For Alzheimer’s Patients At G7 Global Dementia Legacy Event
Home Instead Senior Care (Home Instead SC) recently joined healthcare leaders from G7 governments for a general discussion regarding the progress made in community-based patient care initiatives and education as part of the Global Action against Dementia Legacy program. Home Instead's president Jeff Huber and Duskin Company Home Instead Division Manager Gou Fukushima were the featured speakers who shared their experience and techniques for managing care for those who live with Alzheimer's and dementia. Global leaders met to discuss the continuously growing impact of Alzheimer's disease on the aging population. It is estimated that by 2020 there will be about 1 billion people over the age of 60 worldwide. Currently, there are 36 million people with Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia. The enormous growth of the senior population is requiring new models of care address these unmet needs. Hence, this shift in focus is transforming markets, communities, and workplaces since it is creating novel opportunities for the economy to grow and for healthcare models to evolve. The senior demographic of Japan represents about 25 perce
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