Our goal is to overcome stigma and promote awareness about the mental health issues related to ADRD in and around the Chinatown community.
Counseling: As a caretaker, loved one, or someone with dementia, handling the disease can be emotionally and physically tough. Caretakers are at an increased risk for depressive symptoms, poor health, and shorter life. Our licensed mental health professionals are here to provide you with emotional support and treatment for related mental health conditions, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, trauma, relationships, caregiving stress, grief, and more.
Occupational Therapy (OT): OT uses tasks, and meaningful activities to address difficulties associated with physical or mental conditions disrupting daily life. According to each person’s needs and values, a board-certified, licensed OT can provide support in a variety of ways that include: identifying appropriate activities for intervention, training caregivers on how to fit and modify environments to the person, and providing restorative intervention services.
Professional Consultation: Our certified professionals will help you identify and connect with the educational and psychosocial resources, such as long-term care placement, caregiver support groups, referrals to community support services.
Cognitive Screening: It’s common to wonder if increased forgetfulness should be concerning. Our certified professionals are here to provide free cognitive screenings for any irregularities in cognitive skills such as: memory, attention, concentration, executive function, and more.