Memory Loss Program
Memory loss, changes to thinking abilities, and personality changes may make it difficult for you or your loved one to manage everyday life. While Alzheimer’s disease is often thought of as the leading cause, such changes can also result from other neurological and psychological conditions, some of which are reversible and treatable.
How We Treat
We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of memory loss diseases including stroke, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s and dementia. After evaluation and proper diagnosis, our team will design the appropriate treatment plan specific to you or your loved one. In addition to medicine management, we focus on you or your loved one’s ability to perform daily activities in a safe environment. We make sure family and caregivers are involved and comfortable with you or your loved one’s care.
We help you and your loved ones resolve and provide support for personal, social, or psychological difficulties with memory loss.
Our rehabilitation psychologists assess adjustment to cognitive and functional changes, emotional challenges, and family concerns. To address those needs, cognitive behavioral therapy sessions provide strategies utilizing emotional regulation and problem-solving tools to reduce caregiving stress, manage difficult behavior, and improve communication skills.
Speech/Language, physical and occupational therapists work with you to improve speech, swallowing/feeding issues and completing daily activities.
We teach you how to maintain physical, communication, and daily activity skills. In addition we make sure your family/caregiver is trained in helping you maintain those skills.