Harley Memory Clinic

Harley Memory Clinic

10 Harley Street
London W1G 9PF
Telephone: 020 7467 8532

Harley Memory Clinic

Harley Memory Clinic specialises in the assessment and treatment of memory problems, which may or may not be part of an illness such as Alzheimer's or other form of Dementia. We offer the following service:
Do you OR anyone you care for
  • Get confused doing ordinary things?
  • Have difficulty in filling in a form, reading or concentrating?
  • Find it hard to remember a story on television?
  • Have trouble remembering recent events?
  • Have word finding problems?
If you or someone you care for is experiencing any of the above, the sooner an assessment and diagnosis is made, the sooner appropriate treatment or support can be offered.

We recommend that you talk to your GP. If necessary, he or she can refer you privately to The Harley Memory Clinic.

Alternatively if you prefer to make an appointment direct with The Harley Memory Clinic please find our contact details below.

We would encourage prospective patients to contact us by e-mail if they have any queries, however trivial they may seem, we would welcome your contact:

e-mail: harleymemoryclinic@tenharleystreet.co.uk
Telephone: 020 7467 8532
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At Harley Memory Clinic, we have extensive experience of undertaking objective and formal assessments of mental capacity in a wide variety of contexts, including Capacity Assessments under the Mental Capacity Act (2005)
pdf document Mental Capacity Act Leaflet

"It is so good to talk to somebody who understands and explains"

"It is has been such a help to have assessment, diagnosis and treatment organised all on the same day. Thank you"

"Thank you for your sensitivity towards my mother when you saw her"

"We are grateful that you could offer an appointment so quickly"

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The ACE-Mobile (computerised) Dementia Assessment is available with free access. For more information and to register your interest, go to: www.acemobile.org

The Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination (ACE) is one of the most popular and commonly-used screening tools for dementia and the mobile version brings additional advantages to the clinician, with supported administration and scoring as well as automated reporting and supported audit.

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