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Senior Health Memory and Mood Disorders Clinic

Many older adults or those close to them worry about signs of memory loss. Mind, Memory, Mood offers comprehensive assessments by a board-certified geriatrician, advanced practice nurse and Master's prepared social worker. Consultation with a board-certified geriatric psychiatrist is also available.

 

Clinic offers:

  • Evaluation to determine possible causes of memory loss or diminished cognitive functioning
  • Cognitive and depression screening
  • Best practices and state-of-the-art technologies in diagnosis and management of memory disorders
  • Evaluation of self-care abilities
  • Continuing follow-up care to monitor progress over time
  • Medication management to delay progression of symptoms
  • Consultation with social worker specializing in care for older adults
  • Ongoing care in collaboration with the patient's personal physician
  • Assistance to patients and their families in developing future plans
  • Information about clinical trials investigating newer treatments
  • Caregiver support group
  • Alzheimer's Dementia Basics
  • Consultation with board-certified psychiatrists

The clinic is open Mondays and Tuesdays. For more information, or to make an appointment, please contact:

 

Senior Health Memory and Mood Disorders Clinic
Community Memorial Medical Commons (CMMC)
W129 N7055 Northfield Dr., Bldg. A
Building A, Suite 302
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
262-253-2450


Physicians: Joe Goveas, M.D., Harold Harsch, M.D., Dami Dalami, M.D., David Bresnahan, M.D.

 

This clinic is a member of the WAI-Affiliated Dementia Diagnostic Clinic Network. Network clinics differ from other memory clinics in that their staff have received training/observation time and/or guidance from the WAI and the UW Health Memory Assessment Clinic. In addition, clinic network staff attend the WAI's annual conference and bi-annual clinic network meetings, which provide up-to-date research and disease management information. Clinics in the network do remain autonomous, but follow a set of guidelines.