Memory Disorders Clinic in Boston
Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston offers diagnosis of memory disorders such as Alzheimer's Disease for patients in Greater Boston. Our clinicians can help determine if memory loss is part of the aging process, medications being taken, or a sign of dementia.
Our three-visit program includes:
- Meeting with our social worker to review the patient's medical history, functional abilities and behavior, so the clinic geriatrician can make an appropriate diagnosis. The geriatrician also interviews the patient and performs a complete physical and mental status exam.
- A meeting with our neuropsychologist, which involves testing to determine the type and severity of memory loss.
- A session with our geriatrician and social worker, who meet with the patient and family to discuss their diagnosis and recommendations for interventions.
Clinic staff members take a proactive approach to memory loss, with an emphasis on patient and family education. A social worker is available to help caregivers focus on their own health and emotional well-being as they cope with their loved one's memory loss.
Hours of Operation
- Tuesday - 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. (reserved for our neuropsychologist)
- Thursday - 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. (reserved for our geriatrician and social worker)