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ECOA Memory Screenings

Paul Mohair, Director

Location:
10 Daggett St
Edgartown

Mailing Address:
10 Daggett St
Edgartown, MA, 02539

Contact
Victoria Haeselbarth
Phone: 508-627-4368 ex. 15
Visit our website

Memory screenings help identify potential memory problems which may need more extensive evaluation. They also provide education and reassurance to those with mild age-associated changes who may otherwise worry they have a dementia. Screenings take 20 minutes and are confidential. Screenings do not include a formal diagnosis but rather provide an indication if symptoms of memory loss are present and should be further evaluated by a medical professional. For an appointment, please call Victoria Haeselbarth at 508-627-4368 ex. 15.

The Edgartown Council on Aging‘s Mission Statement: To meet the needs of Edgartown seniors while promoting vital aging, growing older with dignity, independence and health.

The Edgartown Council on Aging, known as the Anchors, provides health and wellness programs, information and referral, recreation and social programs, outreach, and volunteer opportunities.

The outreach worker is available for an appointment at the Anchors or in the home. The outreach worker can help provide support and services for elder needs.

The Edgartown Council on Aging supports seniors with a range of on-site services as well as referrals to outside services, including connecting seniors with local scout troops for voluntary snow shoveling services.

ECOA Memory Screenings

Paul Mohair, Director

Location:
10 Daggett St
Edgartown

Mailing Address:
10 Daggett St
Edgartown, MA, 02539

Contact
Victoria Haeselbarth
Phone: 508-627-4368 ex. 15
Visit our website

Memory screenings help identify potential memory problems which may need more extensive evaluation. They also provide education and reassurance to those with mild age-associated changes who may otherwise worry they have a dementia. Screenings take 20 minutes and are confidential. Screenings do not include a formal diagnosis but rather provide an indication if symptoms of memory loss are present and should be further evaluated by a medical professional. For an appointment, please call Victoria Haeselbarth at 508-627-4368 ex. 15.

The Edgartown Council on Aging‘s Mission Statement: To meet the needs of Edgartown seniors while promoting vital aging, growing older with dignity, independence and health.

The Edgartown Council on Aging, known as the Anchors, provides health and wellness programs, information and referral, recreation and social programs, outreach, and volunteer opportunities.

The outreach worker is available for an appointment at the Anchors or in the home. The outreach worker can help provide support and services for elder needs.

The Edgartown Council on Aging supports seniors with a range of on-site services as well as referrals to outside services, including connecting seniors with local scout troops for voluntary snow shoveling services.