Psychiatrist for Patients With Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia that begins slowly. The symptoms become more pronounced as the disease progresses. The most common type of dementia, Alzheimer’s can impact memory, concentration and critical thinking.

Do you suspect you or someone you love has Alzheimer’s disease? Getting a diagnosis for this serious condition is the first step on a long path of Alzheimer’s disease treatment. People with Alzheimer’s require the right assistance to preserve their safety and wellbeing as the condition progresses.

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At Advanced Psychiatry Associates, we have aided many people with Alzheimer’s through the early stages to the progression of the disease. Though the disease has no cure, there are medical treatments that can slow its progression and address side effects such as mood swings and changes in behavior.

Our private, full-service facility serves patients in Folsom, Elk Grove, Roseville, Auburn, Sacramento, Encino, West Covina, Irvine, and San Diego. We know having Alzheimer’s or caring for someone who has the disease can be a frightening and frustrating experience. Our knowledgeable staff can help you navigate new questions and provide guidance on how to deal with the progression of the disease. See how our therapy for Alzheimer’s disease can assist you or a loved one.

California Diagnosis and Treatment Center for Alzheimer’s Disease

Our psychiatrist for Alzheimer’s disease can assess you or a loved one using tests that gauge memory and thinking as well as brain imaging to diagnose the condition. Memory loss is the most notable sign of the disease. Other common symptoms and signs someone may need treatment for Alzheimer’s disease include:

  • Short-term memory issues
  • Misplacing items
  • Inability to remember words
  • Trouble performing daily tasks
  • Impaired judgment and reasoning skills

Doctor consulting patient with Alzheimer's Disease

Over the long-term, people with Alzheimer’s may develop depression or insomnia. They can also feel paranoid or experience hallucinations. Agitation and anger may grow the longer someone lives with Alzheimer’s.

People with Alzheimer’s disease can receive and respond well to treatment. Early intervention may improve the patient’s quality of life and keep symptoms from worsening. Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s can be challenging. By working with a team that knows and cares about your loved one, you get the support and insight you need.

Our staff stays current with the best practices for Alzheimer’s patients. Plus, we rely on the latest research to shape our treatments, and our comprehensive care facilitates a better quality of life for you or your loved one. As the medical community’s understanding of Alzheimer’s continues to evolve, we can use the latest research to help you.

Caring Therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease in California

The superior care offered by Advanced Psychiatry Associates sets us apart from other Alzheimer’s disease treatment in California. Our team of physicians and nurses treat a range of mental health disorders. No other facility within our four-county area offers such an array of treatments and care for Alzheimer’s disease.

We provide all our services in a relaxed outpatient setting. You can receive a variety of services at Advanced Psychiatry Associates, making it convenient for busy patients and caregivers. Some of our offerings include:

Many of our patients and families appreciate this one-stop approach to Alzheimer’s care. Doing everything at one place cuts down on the time you have to spend finding a medication provider, following up on lab work or coordinating treatment options.

We accept most major insurance providers, including Medicare, and we can also work with workers’ compensation recipients. We accept cash payments, too.

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You don’t have to fight Alzheimer’s disease alone. We are learning more about the disease every day, and want to help you deal with the way it impacts your family. If you suspect you or a family member have Alzheimer’s disease, don’t wait another day to seek help.

Getting a diagnosis is an important first step to understanding what is happening to you or a loved one, and getting the assistance you need. This intervention can make the condition more manageable in the short-term and assist with planning for longer-term mental health care.

Understanding the major concerns for those with Alzheimer’s and setting up the right treatment plan can make living with the disease a little easier. Let us help you, or someone close to you get the right diagnosis and care. To schedule your appointment, fill out our online contact form or call us at one of our 9 locations. We can also answer any questions you have via our live chat option, located in the lower-left corner of the page. Reach out to us today.

“I’ve been going here over a year now. I’ve always been treated professionally. Everyone is so nice. My clinicians are courteous and caring. Everyone I’ve dealt with has treated me respectfully while I’ve been learning to deal with my diagnoses. Highly recommend this office!”

- KIM K.