Alzheimer’s Disease Management

Are you aging and finding yourself concerned about your health? Have you been referred for screening for memory problems or a neuropsychological evaluation? Are you worried about your health?

This can be a scary process, but rest assured in Tallahassee we can offer you the screenings and evaluations that you need to assess you or your loved one for memory problems.

The screening process and exams that test for Alzheimer’s disease can also test for:

  • Memory problems.
  • Dementia.
  • Traumatic brain injury or TBI.
  • Neurocognitive disorders.
  • Delirium.
  • Signs of a stroke.
  • Brain damage.
  • Disorders linked to long-term alcohol use.
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What is Alzheimer’s disease?

Alzheimer’s disease is a diagnosis classified as a neurocognitive disorder in which the person suffers from:

  • Lapses in memory.
  • Increased confusion.
  • Disorientation
  • Delirium or hallucinating.
  • Declining functioning in:
    • Memory.
    • Brain functioning.
    • Awareness.
    • Learning
    • Behavior.
    • Language/comprehension.

A person that is experiencing the onset of Alzheimer’s may not express difficulties in all of these areas. Alzheimer’s disease can present as early onset to develop further with time, and/or the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease may be identified as mild or severe.

Should I be screened?

If you are 65 years old or above, yearly screenings for the onset of memory disorders, dementia, and Alzheimer’s are recommended.

If you are showing signs, symptoms, or if you or a loved one relate to any one of the difficulties or problems listed above, it is important that you be screened and seek expert recommendations for your health and quality of life.

At Thoughtwise in Tallahassee, we specialize and offer specific screenings, assessments, and interventions for Alzheimer’s disease and memory disorders. We provide other services that include the assessment, diagnosis, and therapeutic interventions and consultations for many other disorders and mental instabilities as well.

Is there a treatment for Alzheimer’s?

There are many things that you can do at any stage in your life, to improve your mental health, your physical health, and improve your brain’s performance. Many things are important if you or a loved one has been recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

Some of the important things that you can do after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or a neurocognitive disorder are:

  • Maintain activities that promote your health.
  • Meditate.
  • Exercise.
  • Set and achieve goals.
  • Build cognitive reserve.

At Thoughtwise, we may be able to offer you some interventions that may assist you to enhance your mental health and promote your overall health and quality of life through:

  • Counseling or therapy with one of our specialists to monitor changes in your health, decrease your stress and anxiety and attend to a certain counseling modality that promotes for brain health.
  • Upkeep the skills and abilities that you have.
  • Ongoing comprehensive evaluations to monitor the severity of this disease.
  • Keep a positive attitude and maintain healthy relationships.
  • Maintain relationships and supports in your life.

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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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Tuesday          9:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Wednesday    9:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Thursday         9:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Friday              9:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Saturday         9:00 AM – 4:00 PM