UC Davis Encouraged by Changes to Alzheimer's Care

There is new help for people dealing with Alzheimer’s disease.

New state guidelines and federal funding are promising to help ease the confusion about care.

Dr. Charles DeCarli is the director of Alzheimer’s Disease Center at UC Davis. He’s optimistic about the new guidelines he says will translate into better care for Dementia patients. According to Dr. DeCarli, “Too many people who could be treated are not being diagnosed and therefore not getting effective treatment.”