There's no drug to help those caring for loved ones with dementia. But there could be a comprehensive program ... if we didn't spend so much on near worthless drugs.
This is one of your best. The double standard you describe is real.
It's helpful also to avoid the trap of promising that the right care saves money. We spend the $4.7 trillion on health care in hopes of winning medical security, not to save money. It's probably enough to say we can spend it better. Much better.