Experienced Alzheimer’s Testing Near You
As we age, everyone can be forgetful for recent events or have difficulty finding words when talking with others. If these difficulties progress over time to serious memory problems or difficulty managing everyday tasks, you or someone you know may be experiencing Alzheimer’s disease.
Alzheimer’s is the most common cause of dementia in older adults that involves a gradual decline in memory, thinking, behavior and social skills. When someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, they experience changes in their brain that typically get worse over time. CNLD Testing & Therapy can assist in diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease as part of your trusted team of healthcare professionals.
Is there a Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease?
There are medicines that may improve or slow the progression of symptoms for Alzheimer’s, but the first step is accurate Alzheimer’s testing, diagnosis and identification. Alzheimer’s Testing at CNLD Testing & Therapy can examine how you, or a loved one’s, brain is working and determine the degree of memory changes, along with diagnosing the cause. No single test can diagnose dementia, but our testing provides important information to evaluate your thinking ability including memory, orientation, reasoning and judgment, language skills and attention. We will help to clarify your diagnosis and develop the optimal management plan based on our findings. Neuropsychological testing for Alzheimer’s can help identify early stages of dementia that may otherwise be missed.
Help starts with a phone call to CNLD Testing & Therapy at (734) 994-9466. We will gladly answer any questions you have about Alzheimer’s Testing. You can schedule a consultation with our intake coordinator or arrange for an evaluation for yourself or a family member. No matter what, you’ll receive positive support from the knowledgeable staff at CNLD Testing & Therapy.
Alzheimer’s Disease Testing for You of Someone You know
As a part of every evaluation and testing for Alzheimer’s, CNLD Testing & Therapy also provides 3 free one-hour consultations with our employment advocate, life coach, and lead executive function coach (i.e., developing memory strategies, organizational skills, and self-awareness) to discuss how each Alzheimer’s test results can be applied within any work and home settings.
Early detection can help and being proactive is extremely important. Remember, as Alzheimer’s disease advances, severe symptoms may become more obvious and could include mood and behavior changes, disorientation, confusion, and significant memory loss. Other symptoms may include difficulty with talking, sleeping, walking and eating. Unfortunately, people with Alzheimer’s disease may eventually not be able to take care for themselves.
Contact us today:
CNLD Testing & Therapy
Alzheimer’s Disease Testing team of Specialists in Washtenaw County, Michigan
5864 Interface Dr suite d, Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Phone (734) 994-9466