Drug Intervention: SimpleC – Breakthrough Therapies for Dementia

Drug Intervention: SimpleC – Breakthrough Therapies for Dementia



SimpleC and Presbyterian Homes of Georgia present Breakthrough Therapies for Dementia, presented at the Aging Service of Georgia Annual Conference 2010. SimpleC is a proven, non-drug intervention therapy that uses behavioral technology to help residents of assisted living communities. Built on leading edge technology and proprietary systems, SimpleC creates highly personalized multi-media therapies that can be used to reduce anxiety, compassionately redirect behavior, increase socialization, and provide a catalyst for communication. The SimpleC process is field-tested and based on scientific research on both the cognitive effects of aging and successful methods of behavior modification. SimpleC also has the potential to reduce prescription medication usage for some residents. To find out more, please visit us on the web at www.SimpleC.com
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