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Memory Clinic

The Memory Clinic is an inter-professional approach to providing early diagnosis and treatment for problems associated with memory loss. A group of interdisciplinary health care professionals work alongside a family physician to provide comprehensive care for patients, and families, living with dementia and other conditions involving memory loss. For many of these conditions, early diagnosis and treatment can help to maintain independent living and quality of life for as long as is possible for each individual person.


Referrals must be made through your family physician at Erie Shores Family Health Team. Patients and their families are encouraged to discuss any memory changes or concerns with the provider.

What Patients & Families can Expect from the Memory Clinic

In the Memory Clinic, you and your family members will meet with a team of doctors, nurses, social workers, and pharmacist for a comprehensive assessment. Our team is closely connected with other community groups such as the Alzheimer Society and other specialists to ensure that the appropriate diagnosis is made and supports provided to the patient and family.

This information can provide you and your family doctor with a better understanding of your condition and next steps you and your family can take in your care. Each appointment will take approximately 2 hours. Prior to your appointment, a Memory Clinic team member will contact you and your family to help you prepare for your visit and provide you with more information about what to expect the day you attend the clinic.

Helpful links and resources

Alzheimer Society of Canada

Alzheimer Society of Canada The Alzheimer Society of Canada seeks to alleviate the personal and social effects of Alzheimer’s and related disease and to promote the search for causes, treatments and a cure. The Alzheimer Society of Canada is available to support individuals and families by providing education about the disease and current research, advocacy and fundraising to drive the quest for a cure.

Dementia - Canada.ca

Government of Canada Dimentia StrategyCanada’s first national dementia strategy, A Dementia Strategy for Canada: Together We Aspire, was released in June 2019. The strategy identifies common principles to help guide all those working on dementia-related initiatives. Objectives include: Prevent dementia, advance therapies and find a cure, improve the quality of life of people living with dementia and caregivers.

Age-Related Memory Loss - HelpGuide.org

HelpGuide: Age-Related Memory Loss provides information on aging and normal memory loss, how to recognize the signs of more serious problems and when to talk to your doctor,

Preventing & Slowing the Progression of Alzheimer’s & Dementia

Dementia Care Central: This resource offers information lifestyle changes that can prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s and other dementias.

Care Appointments

Urgent care appointments are for ESFHT patients with an unexpected but non-life threatening health problem that requires same-day or next-day treatment.

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Looking for a doctor? Call Health Care Connect at 1-800-445-1822 or visit the Ministry of Ontario's website.

Community Calendar

The events listed in this calendar are those of the Erie Shores Family Health Team and multiple other community organizations in Windsor and Essex County.

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