More than just Memory Care.
At the Bratton Neurocognitive Clinic, we offer a comprehensive approach to supporting families living with Alzheimer’s Disease and a host of other neurocognitive impairments.
What’s a Neurocognitive Impairment?
A Neurocognitive Impairment indicates a reduction in or damage to cognitive function. These impairments may include but not be limited to Alzheimer’s Disease, including early stage, Lewy Body Dementia, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), stroke, vascular dementia and Frontotemporal dementia (FTD).
What is the difference between Memory Care and Neurocognitive Support?
Did you know that Alzheimer’s Disease may not initially present with memory loss? Memory loss may not be the only key feature of a neurocognitive disorder or dementia. We know that neurocognitive disorders present in all 5 areas of cognitive domain. Changes in language, motor skills, balance, visual/special and executive functions in the body can all be indicative of a neurocognitive disorder.
At the Bratton Clinic at Bayleigh Chase, transforming how individuals and families navigate a life journey with neurocognitive change is our goal. Our multi-disciplinary team develops a comprehensive plan to optimize the quality of life for every individual and their family.