A standard part of aging is experiencing some degree of memory loss and thinking skills. There is a difference between average memory loss and memory loss associated with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.
Neuropsychological evaluation refers to the process where a qualified clinician collects information using different sources of evaluations to analyze and determine if there are neurological reasons that an individual may pose a challenge in activities such as work, behavior, school, or social relationships.
Telemedicine is changing the way people get face-to-face time with their doctors. It allows you to visit with your doctor without having to step outside your home. Telemedicine has been pushed to the forefront of healthcare in the age of the coronavirus pandemic. With a smartphone, tablet, or computer, you can have a virtual visit with your neurologist in the comfort of home.