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All types of dementia are progressive, incurable diseases. Treatment focuses on medications to reduce dementia symptoms, such as memory loss, and address related conditions.
Use our online tool to Find a Doctor at Dignity Health who specializes in dementia treatment in Arizona. Or call 855.231.6180 to talk to someone in person today. We offer neurological care at:
Our specialists — all experts in their field — take a team approach to delivering compassionate and personalized care to our patients. Your care team will include social workers, licensed practical nurses, and nurse practitioners as well as neurologists and geriatricians.
If you or your loved one requires neurorehabilitation, we provide acute inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient rehabilitation, and home health services. For more intensive care, our Huger Mercy Living Center at Barrow Neurological Institute uses a social, activity-based model in a homelike setting with around-the-clock care.
Treatment for Dementia at Dignity Health
To help control symptoms of dementia, your doctor may recommend:
Sometimes medication can temporarily slow memory loss. Your doctor may also use medication to treat related conditions, including depression, anxiety, or behavioral issues.
Some common types of medications used to treat dementia include:
Some people with dementia and their families benefit from:
Certain activities may delay the onset of dementia or reduce your chance of developing it, including:
Just as keeping your heart healthy helps you avoid a heart attack, keeping your brain healthy may help you avoid dementia later in life. By engaging in a brain-healthy lifestyle, you increase your chances of staying sharp throughout your senior years.
Dignity Health provides a range of options for dementia treatment in Arizona.