Legal and Healthcare Professionals Rely on the
Expertise of Mountain Memory Assessment to
Assist Their Clients
When Should a Physician Refer a Patient?
neuropsychological assessment can help referring
physicians understand how the different parts
and systems of their patientís brain are
working. Patients are typically referred
following complaints of memory loss or thinking
include changes in:
will receive answers about a conditionís cause,
potential treatments, and its impact on the
patientís activities of daily living, including:
What is the likely cause of
my patientís memory loss?
Is the decline in my
patientís memory a normal part of aging or
is it the early stages of dementia?
Does Alzheimerís disease or
other neurological disease cause my
patientís memory loss, or is it the result
of depression or other reversible disorder?
What is the best way to treat
and manage my patientís memory loss?
What can my patient do to
Is it safe for my patient to
keep driving, or should I refer him/her for
a formal driving examination?
Can my patient continue to
live alone safely, or is it time for him/her
to move to a more structured and supportive
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frequently rely on a neuropsychological
assessment for expert guidance about a clientís
capacity to make clear, logical, and informed
decisions. Mountain Memory Assessment has
performing evaluations that conform to accepted
legal standards and withstand the scrutiny of
the courts. These are applied to such important