Lifestyle variables and dementia risk

Hello everyone! I’m Dr. Anthony Stabler, the latest addition to the growing and thriving practice here at Community Neuropsychology in Louisville. It’s nice to meet you all! I feel so welcomed here in Colorado. Here’s an obligatory bit about myself. I completed my...

#EndAlz

It’s June already! That means it’s Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. As with most things, early detection is key. Here are some great reasons to get checked if there are memory concerns that impair daily life activities:...

2019 Caregiving Symposium

Every year the Boulder County Area Agency on Aging hosts a free symposium for caregivers. There are a lot of great talks this year, as well as the usual fabulous lineup of great exhibitors. Community Neuropsychology is sponsoring a table. We’re looking forward...

The path of a clinician

“Wow,” someone recently commented, “you have a hard job.” The person was referring to the trauma stories I get told, I suppose, or the heart wrenching difficulty of informing a family that their loved one has a probable Alzheimer’s...

We’re hiring!

Community Neuropsychology, P.C. has an opening for a full-time clinical neuropsychologist in Louisville, Colorado. Consistently named one of Money Magazine’s “Best Places to Live” and one of Family Circle’s “10 Best Towns for Families in the U.S.,” Louisville is...

8 myths about neuropsychological testing

People need to be at least 6 months post injury or acute illness before they should be tested. This is the worst of all the myths! I have seen patients acutely (like in the emergency department), and in all phases of their recovery. Please, if a neuropsychological...

Guest blogger Mark Babcock on posttraumatic growth

Mark Babcock, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker. Throughout the past 25 years Mark has specialized in counseling people with mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI), and post-traumatic stress. Mark works at the Marcus Institute for Brain Health (MIBH) at the...