The CAMH Memory clinic offers personalized assessment and follow up services for clients 50 years of age and older who specifically have concerns regarding their memory or any other area of cognition.
Typical referrals include clients with frequent complaints of forgetfulness such as forgetting names, forgetting appointments, losing things, new onset language problems, impaired thinking, impaired attention/concentration or a recent change in personality or behavior.
Using diagnostic and treatment advances, clients are provided with a thorough assessment, diagnosis, and comprehensive treatment, as well as counseling, education and guidance for family caregivers.
Our team offers highly specialized services in areas of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), Alzheimer's disease (AD), Lewy body dementia (LBD), Frontotemporal dementia (FTD), and related disorders. All these services are covered by OHIP.
At CAMH, Memory Clinic patient care is integrated with research in the Geriatric Psychiatry Division that focuses on novel assessments, treatments and preventative interventions under the framework of integrated care pathways (ICP).
The CAMH memory clinic also has a partnership with the Toronto Dementia Research Alliance (TDRA). While providing quality care to our clients, we are developing novel interventions for prevention and treatment of memory loss due to depression, Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Clients have access to the latest interventions under development through participation in different research studies.
Services offered by CAMH memory clinic include:
Follow-up medical care after initial diagnosis
Research opportunities including clinical drug trials and brain stimulation interventions
Linkage to community resources
Care giver education, guidance and support
Physician Referral Required: No, but CAMH Referral Form must be completed to ensure that the referral can be processed.
Contact: (416) 535-8501, extension 33448
Location: 1st floor, Labatt Wing, Intergenerational Wellness Centre, 80 Workman Way, Queen Street Site between Shaw Street and Ossington Avenue