Forgetfulness or serious problem?
Signs of a memory disorder:
- Asking the same questions over and over again.
- Repeating the same story, word for word, again and again.
- Forgetting how to do an activity that you previously did with ease.
- Losing the ability to pay bills or manage a checking account.
- Getting lost in familiar surroundings.
- Misplacing household objects.
- Neglecting to care for yourself.
- Relying on others to make decisions you used to handle yourself.
What is the Memory Program?
The Memory Program features a team of highly trained, caring professionals edxperienced in working with individuals with a variety of memory disorders. Potential participants in the program will be given an initial standardized memory assessment test, along with a brief assessment of other cognitive functions. If a problem is indicated, a treatment plan will be developed to build memory skills and enhance cognitive strengths.
How can you be evaluated for participation in the Memory Program?
For additional information about the program or to schedule the memory and cognitive function assessments, please call 423.634.1400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Referrals for the Memory Program may be faxed to 423.634.4578.