Learning that you or a loved one has been diagnosed with some type of Cognitive Impairment can be a life-changing event.
Fear of the unknown, what needs to be considered and how to best plan for the future can feel overwhelming. We understand your concerns and can serve as a confidential source of quality information and support.
Sometimes family members have different ideas regarding “how to” provide the best care and support thus a neutral, informed professional can play an important role.
Being an adult child of a loved one with cognitive impairment is challenging. Having the opportunity to speak with someone that is knowledgeable and really understands in a confidential setting can really help.
Memory Matters also provides workshops and presentations for friends and families for the purpose of enhancing knowledge and advancing coping skills. If you would like to be on our contact list please let us know. Our contact lists remain confidential and are not shared with any other parties.