For the Person with Mild Cognitive Impairment

People with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) have problems with memory, language, thinking or judgment that are greater than the cognitive changes associated with normal aging.

Family, friends and the person with MCI may notice these changes and they can be objectively measured in cognitive tests, but the changes in cognitive abilities are usually not serious enough to interfere with daily life and independence.

A person with MCI has an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia, but some people with MCI remain stable and others show improved cognitive abilities over time.

PROGRAMS & SERVICES

For the Person with MCI

Learning the ROPES: Living with MCI

A six week education program focusing on improving an individual’s cognitive health.

Learning the ROPES: Alumni Support Group

Additional sessions following completion of Learning the Ropes.

Learning the ROPES: Spousal Support Group

Sessions for the spouse or care partner of a person diagnosed with MCI.

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Questions about our programs and services?

Quick Links to our available support programs and information:

Support for the Person with Dementia

Support for the Care Partner

Education for the Care Partner

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