The Cognitive Disorders Program is a division of the Department of Neurology. Located at the U-M Health and Geriatrics Center, the program offers a multi-disciplinary approach to address problems of memory or changes in thinking. The evaluation process aims to properly determine a diagnosis and develop a treatment plan that allow for the best quality of life possible. The health care team consisting of physicians, nurse practitioners, social workers, and neuropsychologists is available to address issues over the course of illness. The Cognitive disorders program works closely with the Turner Geriatric Clinic that specializes in the comprehensive multidisciplinary geriatric assessment and treatment of older adults and the Geropsychiatry Clinic that provides outpatient psychiatric evaluation and treatment for older adults. In addition, the program works with Alzheimer's research, through the Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Center (MADC), which seeks a cure for Alzheimer's and Dementias.