If you’re the caregiver of an aging loved one, you may be wondering how to tell if they are experiencing cognitive impairments. Or perhaps you are concerned about their memory loss and want to know whether it is normal, or if their symptoms warrant further investigation.
I screen for dementia and other forms of cognitive impairment to help you understand any possible changes in memory, executive functioning, language, vision, and more.
After completing a short 15-20 minute assessment, I can identify areas of concern and make recommendations such as driver rehab, caregiver support, and activities to maintain cognitive functioning.
How Cognition testing can help?
Are you a caregiver?
Do you worry about your loved one’s ability to make good decisions? Do they seem forgetful or confused? Do they have trouble remembering details of the past? If so, I can help.
Cognition testing can help you know if your loved one is safe to live alone. It can be used to screen for dementia, as well as other cognitive impairments that affect decision-making. The results of this assessment are used to determine whether your loved one needs assistance with daily tasks like driving, finances, medication management, meal preparation, and more.
As a healthcare practitioner, I understand how stressful it is for caregivers who worry about their loved one’s ability to live independently—and I want to help relieve some of that stress by helping you identify potential issues early on so that your loved one can get the care they need before it becomes too late!
Cognition Testing in San Luis Obispo
I am the premiere provider of cognition testing services in San Luis Obispo, CA. I offer screening services to help identify cognitive impairment and dementia in patients so you can make informed decisions about their care.
How much does it cost?
The cost of the evaluation depends on how it’s performed. Below is a price list for each assessment.
What do I need to do?
After purchasing the assessment, I’ll email you to complete the assessment. I’ll either meet in person, over the phone, or videoconference. If the assessment is done over the phone or in person, a caregiver or family member will need to be present.
The assessment should only take 15-20 minutes.
I’ve had years of experience providing these services, and I’m happy to help you as you seek to care for your loved one. Contact me today for more information on this service or click the link below to get started.