Memory and Aging Care ClinicPrimary Care Center
1221 Lee St.
Charlottesville, VA 22903Directions
Wednesday | 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Parking: Free for patients and visitors.
Shuttle service: Runs every 30 minutes, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Find shuttle stop locations.
Note: Clinic registration is on the first floor.
The Memory and Aging Care Clinic (MACC) provides interdisciplinary care for people with dementia and other memory disorders, including Alzheimer's disease, dementia with Lewy bodies, vascular dementia and frontotemporal dementia.
Our services include:
- Neurological consultation
- Neuropsychological evaluation
- Treatment of dementia
- Social work services
- Access to clinical trials
What to Expect
Care in our clinic may involve several visits.
At one visit, you'll meet with a neurologist to discuss your memory and cognition.
On a separate visit, you'll meet with a neuropsychologist for formal testing of your memory and thinking abilities. You may also be scheduled for neuroimaging (an MRI or CT scan of your brain).
After testing is complete, you will have a follow-up visit with the neurologist to discuss the results and treatment plan. If additional MACC visits are required, you will see the team provider who can best meet your individual needs at that time.
Your team includes neurologists, neuropsychologists, social workers, nurse practitioners and a nurse coordinator.
Learn more about our Neurosciences and Behavioral Health Center.
A tax-deductible gift to our clinic can help meet the needs of our patients and families in many ways.
Gifts are also used to improve access to our clinical and research services with additional staff and improvements to our facilities. Make a gift.
We're proud of the relationships we maintain with many groups, including:
We support family members and caregivers in a number of ways. The team can:
- Connect you with beneficial organizations and resources throughout the community
- Help you learn more about the disease
- Provide opportunities to meet other caregivers through a support group
Some families can apply for enrollment in the grant-funded Dementia Care Program, which offers in-home evaluations, patient and family advocacy and personalized caregiver support.