Here for all of you
If you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms of memory loss, trying to figure out what to do next can be challenging. Where do you turn for diagnosis, education, treatment, and services? It’s a lot to navigate.
The Center for Memory Health at Hebrew SeniorLife helps individuals with cognitive concerns—and their caregivers and family members—get the information and care they need.
We help you understand and evaluate your options to maximize cognitive function and enhance quality of life. Living with cognitive symptoms is challenging – but with early intervention we can help make adjustments so that life can remain as vibrant a journey as possible.
Who we serve
The Center for Memory Health serves many people: families, caregivers and people living with cognitive symptoms at all stages, including those with no memory symptoms; early, undiagnosed symptoms; moderate to severe symptoms; or advanced symptoms at end of life.
How we help
The Center for Memory Health offers a holistic approach to caring for the person living with cognitive symptoms and their families. Our team includes a Cognitive Neurologist, a Geriatrician, a Nurse Practitioner, a Psychologist and a Social Worker which enables us to deliver the most comprehensive care possible. We offer the following outpatient programs, either individually or in combination, to provide customized support. (Most health insurances accepted; check with your provider to verify coverage.)
What makes us unique
Backed by Hebrew SeniorLife’s long experience serving older adults and its affiliation with Harvard Medical School, the Center for Memory Health offers a holistic approach to memory care, delivering personalized, evidence-based care that maximizes the functional capacity of older adults at all stages of memory loss and provides essential services to their families.
Hebrew SeniorLife researchers work with experts around the world to discover new ways to ease the effects of dementia. In collaboration with HSL’s Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research and other institutional partners, we are able to assess the programs we deliver, as well as develop and evaluate new approaches in the diagnosis and care of older adults with memory loss. Patients have the opportunity to participate in clinical trials if they choose. In addition, our staff is actively involved in training the next generation of clinicians and service providers.