Our goal is to evaluate you as thoroughly as possible to ensure that you receive the right type of treatments. While some cognitive issues may be a normal part of aging or a mild impairment, we are also looking for disorders that can affect cognition (e.g., stroke, Multiple Sclerosis or Parkinson's disease) or that primarily affect cognition (e.g., Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, dementia with Lewy bodies or frontotemporal dementia).

When you visit our clinic, you’ll see a cognitive and behavioral neurologist and a neuropsychologist. You MAY also see a social worker or nurse specialist as part of your visit and undergo laboratory testing and/or brain imaging. With this extensive initial evaluation, we can usually accomplish in one day what may take two or three visits from different provider or center.

To prepare for your first visit, you should bring:
  • A family member or friend who knows you well and can share your memory concerns
  • Records of any prior evaluation for memory problems, including the actual films (or CD) of any prior brain imaging (or you can ask your doctor to send these ahead of time)
  • A completed neurology new patient questionnaire
If further testing is needed, you may need to return for a brain scan, bloodwork and/or follow up memory testing.

After the initial evaluation and follow up testing, our clinicians will discuss your case at our consensus conference. We will then share our findings with you and your family, including your diagnosis, recommendations and treatment options.

Services provided include:
  • Neurological and neurocognitive evaluation
  • Psychopharmacological evaluation and treatment
  • Neurorehabilitative care and management
  • Cognitive training
  • Physical, cognitive and behavioral rehabilitation (both inpatient and outpatient)
  • Neuropsychological testing
  • Pre-Driver screening
  • Patient and family support and counseling