Cognitive Impairment

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Cognitive Impairment

Cognitive impairment treatment should begin with a comprehensive assessment. Arriving at a diagnosis and developing a care plan for individuals experiencing memory loss and cognitive decline can be challenging. Obtaining a robust client history is crucial. The Practice works collaboratively with families and professionals to create individualized treatment plans tailored to the unique needs of each client.

What is Cognitive Impairment?

Cognitive impairment is a condition that affects an individual's ability to think, reason, act, or recall. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including age-related changes, brain injuries, medical comorbidities, lifestyle habits, and neurological disorders.

How Can Cognitive Impairment Treatment Help?

The Practice’s approach to cognitive impairment begins with robust assessment and care planning. The use of varied peer-reviewed screening tools, neuroimaging, collateral information, and client assessment guides Dawn in creating a plan supported by evidence-based treatments. Comprehensive assessments aid in diagnosing any underlying cause(s) that may contribute to cognitive impairment. Individualized treatment plans could include medication management, cognitive therapy, nutritional support, and lifestyle modifications.

Our goal is to help our clients sustain independence, slow cognitive decline, maintain safety, and achieve a better quality of life.

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Cognitive Impairment

Cognitive impairment is a prevalent condition affecting numerous individuals. Early diagnosis and treatment can help slow cognitive decline, with customized approaches designed to meet each person's unique needs. Certain lifestyle factors, such as excessive alcohol consumption and uncontrolled high blood pressure, can contribute to specific types of dementia. By addressing cognitive impairment and improving cognitive function, individuals can experience an enhanced quality of life.
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