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Memory Concerns

Do you have concerns about memory or cognitive changes that you have noticed in yourself or someone you love?  Frequently misplacing items, repeating one's self in conversation, asking the same questions over and over, difficulty with dates, times, and recalling details?


Sometimes we experience normal symptoms related to typical or healthy aging.  Other times, these can be warning signs of a more serious condition such as cognitive impairment or dementia.  Many people just want to know where they stand. Many families are looking for answers and a roadmap.


Consultation and testing with a neuropsychologist is the gold standard way to be able to tell the difference between normal and abnormal aging, to obtain a clear picture of where your brain stands at any given point in time, and develop a clear and personalized action plan for you and your family.

Early detection of brain changes is crucial, as many treatments and preventative interventions (such as medications, lifestyle changes, management of medical conditions) work best the earlier that they are implemented.


  • Age-related cognitive concerns

  • Mild cognitive impairment (MCI)

  • Dementia

  • Alzheimer's disease

  • Lewy Body disease

  • Frontotemporal dementia

  • Cognitive issues due to Chronic Illness

  • Parkinson's disease

  • Essential Tremor

  • Movement Disorders

  • Stroke

  • Brain injury/concussion


  • Neuropsychological assessment

  • Consultation

  • Education / Guided Care

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