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What if you notice you’re having issues with your memory? Maybe your parent or spouse is. What’s your next step?
Georgia Memory Net is here to help answer those questions. Our Memory Assessment Clinics help Georgians get the diagnosis and care plan that can make a difference, possibly even helping them maintain their independence longer.
The first step is an appointment with your Primary Care Physician to talk about your concerns. If they detect signs of memory loss, they can refer the patient to a Georgia Memory Net Memory Assessment Clinic for diagnosis.
After diagnosis, Georgia Memory Net supports Primary Care Physicians with a detailed care plan, and supports diagnosed Georgians and their families by connecting them to community services in their local area.
Primary Care Physician
If you have concerns about memory, make an appointment with your Primary Care Physician to talk about it.
If your physician notices signs of memory loss, they can refer you to a Georgia Memory Net Memory Assessment Clinic for a timely, accurate diagnosis.
After diagnosis, your care will be managed by the Primary Care Physician you’re familiar with, who will be given a personal care plan designed just for your needs.
In the meantime, we’ll connect you to community support organizations in your area for ongoing support.
Georgia Memory Net at a Glance
Why is Georgia Memory Net here? There’s so much information about Alzheimer’s and related dementias in Georgia, and how to diagnose and treat them, that it can become overwhelming. We’ve done our best to simplify the info into a clear one-page infographic.