Memory loss alone doesn’t always mean dementia. But if you or someone you care about is experiencing new or increased symptoms of memory loss or cognitive impairment that is interfering with their daily lives, it’s time to seek help.
Many health conditions can cause symptoms of memory loss, which is why evaluation by an expert in memory disorders is crucial in arriving at an accurate diagnosis.
On the day of the patient’s first visit, they will meet with one of our cognitive and behavioral neurologists for approximately one hour, during which we will:
Please bring any questions you may have for our team - this is an excellent time to talk through concerns and thoughts.
Following a comprehensive evaluation and any follow-up testing, our clinicians will work together to customize a treatment plan that addresses the patients specific needs. Depending on the diagnosis, treatment options may include:
And, because family members are just as deserving and in need of care, education, and support, we offer programs and services that are critical to the success of a patient’s treatment including patient and family support services for the social effects of illness.