Centre for Addiction and Mental Health - Memory Clinic, Geriatric Mental Health Program

Address: 1001 Queen St W, Administration Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 1046, Toronto, M6J 1H4
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Phone: 416-535-8501 ext 2875
Fax: 416-583-1296
Email: leslie_flores@camh.net
Website: www.camh.net
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LHIN: Toronto Central
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Cost: Free
Population Served: Individuals 60 years and older who require a clinical assessment of memory problems.
Area Served: Greater Toronto Area.
Additional Information: A referral from a family doctor or specialist is required. Self-referrals are subject to a screening process to determine suitability for clinic services. Arrangements can also be made by clinic staff to provide service in various languages, as needed. Please call for a central intake and referral form.
Last Updated: February 2009
definition
Cost: Free
Population Served: Individuals with memory concerns experiencing additional problems with respect to dressing, feeding toileting and require assessment by an occupational therapist.
Area Served: Greater Toronto Area
Additional Information: A referral from a family doctor or specialist is required. Self-referrals are subject to a screening process to determine suitability for clinic services. Arrangements can also be made by clinic staff to provide service in various languages, as needed. Please call for a central intake and referral form.
Last Updated: February 2009
definition
Cost: Free
Population Served: Individuals 60 years and older who require a clinical assessment of memory problems.
Area Served: Greater Toronto Area
Additional Information: A referral from a family doctor or specialist is required. Self-referrals are subject to a screening process to determine suitability for clinic services. Arrangements can also be made by clinic staff to provide service in various languages, as needed. Please call for a central intake and referral form.
Clients seen include older adults with memory loss in addition to:
1. The frailest old with multiple medical problems.
2.The older adult with multiple medical problems and limited social support.
3. The older adult with those medical problems primarily associated with aging.
The clinic is equipped to deal with problems such as memory loss, dementia, pressure sores, falls, weight loss and polypharmacy (multiple prescription medication needs). We are also equipped to identify social and economic problems that may impede care.
Last Updated: February 2009
definition
Cost: Covered by OHIP.
Population Served: Individuals 60 years and older who require a clinical assessment of memory problems.
Area Served: Greater Toronto Area.
Additional Information: A referral from a family doctor or specialist is required. Self-referrals are subject to a screening process to determine suitability for clinic services. Arrangements can also be made by clinic staff to provide service in various languages, as needed. Please call or email for a central intake and referral form.
Last Updated: February 2009
definition
Cost: Free
Population Served: Individuals 60 years and older who require a clinical assessment of memory problems.
Area Served: Greater Toronto Area
Additional Information: A referral from a family doctor or specialist is required. Self-referrals are subject to a screening process to determine suitability for clinic services. Arrangements can also be made by clinic staff to provide service in various languages, as needed. Please call for a central intake and referral form.
Includes a comprehensive report that incorporates recommendations from various disciplines like neurology, psychiatry, geriatric medicine, psychology, nursing, and occupational therapy.
Last Updated: February 2009
definition
Cost: Free
Population Served: Individuals 60 years and older who require a clinical assessment of memory problems.
Area Served: Greater Toronto Area
Additional Information: A referral from a family doctor or specialist is required. Self-referrals are subject to a screening process to determine suitability for clinic services. Arrangements can also be made by clinic staff to provide service in various languages, as needed. Please call for a central intake and referral form.
Last Updated: February 2009
definition
Cost: Free
Population Served: Individuals 60 years and older who require a clinical assessment of memory problems.
Area Served: Greater Toronto Area
Additional Information: A referral from a family doctor or specialist is required. Self-referrals are subject to a screening process to determine suitability for clinic services. Arrangements can also be made by clinic staff to provide service in various languages, as needed. Please call for a central intake and referral form.
Last Updated: February 2009
definition
Cost: Free
Population Served: Individuals 60 years and older who require a clinical assessment of memory problems.
Area Served: Greater Toronto Area
Additional Information: A referral from a family doctor or specialist is required. Self-referrals are subject to a screening process to determine suitability for clinic services. Arrangements can also be made by clinic staff to provide service in various languages, as needed. Please call for a central intake and referral form.
Last Updated: February 2009
 

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