Alzheimer’s Disease Assessment

Recently have you, your parent, or your spouse began seriously struggling with memory and learning? Are these changes progressing, serious, undeniable? You may be struggling with a decline in cognition due to Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is sometimes referred to as AD. AD is a serious condition that entails a decline in normal brain functioning. 

If you are struggling with an onset of Alzheimer’s disease you may be facing issues with:

  • Even slight decline in performance.
  • Noticeable disturbances in thinking. 
  • Acting or behaving in ways that are not like you.
  • Irritability or becoming angry or agitated easily.
  • Difficulties with normal everyday tasks (such as getting dressed or using simple devices).
  • Lapses in memory or declining ability to remember recent events or people’s names.

If you are struggling in these areas, no matter the severity that you are struggling, being proactive means seeking help. At ThoughtWise, we can help you approach these problems, and we may be able to help you better understand what Alzheimer’s disease means to your health.

Being assessed, and meeting with our specialists about you and recent disturbances in thinking and remembering, are essential ways to confront the issues that you are facing in your everyday life.

Alzheimer’s disease is a growing problem for our society, and we want you to know that you do not have to be alone. Whether you are skeptical of having the disorder, or if you have recently been referred to us for testing, we use our experience and our reputation to deliver modern comprehensive evaluations and services to help you cope and learn about what you can do for your health.

Alzheimer’s disease may affect your life in many ways such as:

  • You may experience impairments in where you once were very skilled.
  • You may feel that your general health is at risk.
  • The lapses or difficulties that you experience may be mild or severe.
  • The difficulties that you experience may affect other areas of your physical or mental health.
  • The onset of these difficulties may feel overwhelming to you, or you may feel distressed or overwhelmed. 

At Thoughwise, our interventions are made available to assist you in many ways. Our expertise may help you identify areas of your life that are the most important.

You may notice real benefits in working us in the specific areas of:

  • Undergoing psychological or neuropsychological assessments to assess your current abilities and states of health.
  • Taking part in programs that help you understand this disease and how others may be approaching similar situations.
  • Understanding your brain and brain-behavior relationships.
  • Understanding your thinking and behavior in new ways.
  • Understanding how your life is affected, and the choices that you have.
  • Talking with us about what you are going through and the changes that you experience.
  • Building skillsets to deal with the onset of Alzheimer’s.
  • Working with our counselors to maintain a positive outlook and mental health.

Free 10-minute phone consultation

Contact us today to see if ThoughtWise is the right fit for you.

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Address

2840 Remington Green Circle,
Unit #3 Tallahassee, FL 32308

Phone

1(888) 876-9784

Email

info@thoughtwise.com

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