Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive type of dementia, which means memory worsens over time. While it most commonly affects people over the age of 65, “early onset” Alzheimer’s can affect people under 60. Clearly, you aren’t alone.
Common Alzheimer’s disease symptoms include:
- Decision making problems
- Difficulty with judgment
- Language difficulties
- Memory impairment
- Personality changes
If someone you love is facing dementia, the support of family, friends, and professional resources can be a great comfort.
Our team includes neurologists and other specialists who provide you and your family with the right medical and psychological care. Explore our calm, controlled environments with regular daily routines and activities to slow the progression of dementia, manage symptoms, and enhance quality of life.