Become a Partner

We are very interested in partnering with your practice to support you and your staff in the early detection of cognitive impairment, the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease and dementia , and  in the effective management of the symptoms of dementia and co-morbid conditions.

The Center of Excellence for Alzheimer's Disease of WNY is your expert resource for direct educational, technical, and clinical assistance. We can also enhance your practice's ability to capture the appropriate revenue for the screening and detection of cognitive impairment and dementia. 

Our ultimate goal is to increase the regional health care system's capacity for effective population and community based health in the setting of AD/D. The Center of Excellence for Alzheimer's Disease of WNY inter-professional team is comprised of UB faculty including: Geriatricians, Neurologists, Neuropsychologists, a Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurses, Social Workers and an Administrative Assistant. In addition, the Center of Excellence for Alzheimer's Disease of WNY seeks to enhance awareness and recruitment of suitable subjects for clinical research.

How to become a Primary Care Partner

Call the Center of Excellence for Alzheimer's Disease of WNY at (716) 829-5432. 

Why should I become a partner?

As a partner of the Center of Excellence for Alzheimer's Disease of WNY, we can customize the following services for your practice:

  • Technical expertise in the detection and management of Alzheimer's Disease and dementia
  • Tools to assist with the detection and assessment of Alzheimer's Disease and dementia
  • Assistance with implementing tools and screenings into clinic workflow
  • Care consultation services for patients diagnosed with dementia, provided by RN or Social Worker
  • Technical expertise (1:1) in the management of co-morbid conditions and palliative care options
  • Education regarding detection, assessment, diagnosis and management of Alzheimer's disease and related dementia
  • Support of practice staff in the management of dementia
  • Tools and materials for county specific resources

Services available through referral include..

  • Behavior management
  • Dementia-related ED Visit Avoidance
  • Management of Co-Morbid Diagnosis
  • Medication Reconciliation
  • Palliative Care Consultation
  • Recurrent Readmission Avoidance
  • Referral to Clinical Trials
  • Care Consultation
  • Counseling
  • Diagnostic Process Education
  • Disease Information
  • Family Consultation
  • Referral to Community Resources