Memory Care

Because every moment matters

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Our approach to memory care

It's emotionally challenging when memory loss or confusion affects you or a loved one. It's so very important to reach out.

Our team of neurological experts can help. We're here to determine whether the symptoms are a normal part of aging or something more.

Memory loss and confusion can also be a sign of a mental health condition, another medical condition or a serious neurological disorder, such as Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia.

How we can help

If you think our memory care team can help you, we offer services in Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties.

To schedule an appointment, call our HealthSource referral line at 1-800-840-5905. Our team can assist you Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Experienced team

Our team of professionals includes board-certified neurologists, geriatricians and other health care professionals who specialize in dementia care.

Personalized treatment plans

Your loved one’s health is personal. We believe their care should be, too. That’s why we put the person, not just the condition, at the center of our approach.

Dementia affects each person differently, and the signs can vary significantly. We listen to your concerns and work with you and your loved one to develop a plan that meets your unique needs.

Coordinated care

We're committed to coordinating care that reduces stress and anxiety. You or your loved one receives evaluation, treatment and follow-up care from a multidisciplinary team that includes your doctor, board-certified neurologists and geriatricians, specialists, and highly skilled therapists and nurses.

Our common goal is to provide you or your loved one with the best possible memory care.