Center for Senior Health and Longevity offers memory loss assessments
The Center for Senior Health and Longevity offers memory loss assessments in partnership with the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute.
The assessments are provided as a consultation service to physicians, agencies and all others interested in improving the quality of life for persons affected by Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias.
Memory loss assessments are performed by a team including a geriatrician, a neuropsychologist and a social worker. Assessments include a comprehensive examination and suggested treatment plan. The results are shared with the patient, family and referring physician.
The Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute is an academic center within the University of Wisconsin that represents a private/public partnership between the Helen Bader Foundation, the State of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin Medical School. It is dedicated to improving the availability of services and the quality of care provided to persons affected by Alzheimer's Disease and related dementias.
The Center for Senior Health and Longevity provides leadership and expertise in geriatrics care, research and education for residents of eastern Wisconsin. It is committed to serving older adults with comprehensive, high quality and holistic geriatrics services utilizing a multidisciplinary team approach.
For information, contact the Center for Senior Health and Longevity at 414-219-7300.