At Toronto Memory Program, we assess and treat adults with impairments in memory, communication, and thinking. Our patients include individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, Lewy Body disease, Frontotemporal dementia, and Vascular dementia, as well as those at increased risk of dementia due to family history or other predisposing factors.
Renowned behavioural neurologist Dr. Sharon Cohen leads our team of physicians and clinical staff. We are committed to providing the highest quality care, accurate memory test services, and essential resources to individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s or related diseases. Dr. Cohen plays a primary role in our outreach and public education programs.
Clinical services such as a consultation and memory testing at Toronto Memory Program are covered by OHIP and require a physician referral.
Please be advised that we do not accept referrals for learning disability, traumatic brain injury, or medico-legal consultations.
Toronto Memory Program is committed to improving treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, frontotemporal dementia and related conditions resulting in cognitive impairment, however, we cannot do it alone. Through participating in a study, you are making an important contribution to the research of diseases resulting in cognitive impairment. You will be joining the millions of volunteers who have made new treatments possible in all areas of medicine.
We value our study participants and honor each one with an optional membership in the Medical Heroes support and education program offered by the Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation (CISCRP) Log on to www.CISCRP.org to learn more.
At Toronto Memory Program, it is our commitment to treat all our patients with utmost dignity and respect. Our physicians and clinical staff are experts in their field. Patients receive a comprehensive assessment and will be provided with helpful information related to investigations, diagnosis and management.
Toronto Memory Program’s Movement Disorders Clinic focuses on management of a range of movement disorders, with particular interest in Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor and restless leg syndrome.