Memory loss and a decrease in thinking ability can make it difficult for you or your loved one to manage everyday life. We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of midlife to older adults with memory loss and cognitive decline. An increasing decline in memory, thinking and function is often due to Alzheimer’s disease, but other neurologic conditions can also cause memory loss and personality change, including a stroke, Parkinson’s disease and dementia. Our multidisciplinary team will help improve function, lesson symptoms and progression, and enhance you or your loved ones independence and well-being.

Services Provided:

  • Comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations
  • On-site occupational, physical, and speech therapies
  • Psychosocial support for patients and caregivers
  • Follow-up care for cognitive concerns

Common Problems Addressed:

  • Memory loss
  • Communication problems (e.g., word-finding difficulty)
  • Personality changes (e.g., impulsive behavior, social withdrawal, irritability)
  • Reduced ability to manage daily living skills (e.g., finances, preparing meals)

Center Objectives:

  • Optimize functional independence and extend a person’s capacity to manage various activities of daily living.
  • Increase education and skills for family and caregivers to reinforce learned compensatory strategies.
  • Integrate and coordinate recommendations of professionals to maximize continuity of care.