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Understanding Memory Loss
Can Immediately Reduce Your Anxiety

For many adults, the possibility of memory loss can be frightening. While many people make jokes about senior moments and forgetful seniors, the prospect of decreasing recall is not to be taken lightly. Knowing if your memory is functioning within normal limits will help you decide whether there is any cause for concern.

Adults of middle age and beyond with memory loss or other cognitive issues can discover the source of their problem and learn how to maintain their memory and independence at Mountain Memory Assessment.

Using state of the art neuropsychological assessments, we report in detail the cognitive strengths and weaknesses of each patient. Specific recommendations are given, including suggestions for the patient’s physician, all of which are based on the latest scientific discoveries and accepted methods.

Healthcare professionals look to us as specialists, knowing that our expert staff has first-rate professional training in clinical neuropsychology and memory disorder assessments. They rely on us because we stay abreast of the latest advances in diagnosing and treating memory disorders through our research and continuing education.

Our memory loss patients receive the utmost care and respect that they deserve. We conduct our practice with openness and honesty, and uphold the highest ethical standards. Our goal is to increase awareness of issues related to memory loss; our community outreach serves to educate the public about memory loss and how to reduce the risk of dementia.

This site will help you discover if an evaluation is right for you. We also provide resources for people with memory loss and those that care about them.

Healthcare professionals can explore the details of our methods, learn when a referral is appropriate, and benefit from links to related professional information.

Mountain Memory Assessment – helping patients maintain their memory and independence.

Memory Loss In The News

AGS Cognitive Vitality Tips for Older Adults


As we grow older, we grow wiser in many ways, but age-related changes in the brain can make it harder to learn and remember certain things. Fortunately, growing research suggests that making simple lifestyle changes can help you stay mentally sharp, no matter your age.

- The AGS Foundation for Health in Aging


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Mediterranean Diet Plus Exercise Cuts Alzheimer's Risk

 

People who mostly follow the Mediterranean diet lower their risk of mental decline -- and they lower this risk even more if they exercise, new studies suggest.

- WebMD

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Older People Can Improve Their Memory and Postpone Dementia with Exercise

A recent study by researchers at the University of Melbourrne has found that walking for the equivalent of two and a half hours a week can significantly improve memory problems in the over 50s.

- News-Medical.Net

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Problems managing money may foreshadow Alzheimer's

Problems with basic money management may serve as a sign that an older adult with mild memory impairment will soon progress to Alzheimer's disease, researchers reported Monday.

- Reuters Health

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