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Early Detection Service

Worried someone has dementia?

Characteristics of Service
Pleasant and Relaxing Environment

Providing a pleasant and relaxing environment where people can undergo assessment free from stress and anxiety.
Comprehensive assessments to speed up the diagnostic process

The comprehensive neuro-psychological assessments will be carried out by Registered Nurse, Occupational Therapist or Social Worker. A range of tools that are internationally recognized and fit local use will be applied, include assessment for cognitive function, mood, physical functioning, self-care ability and other symptoms of dementia. The detailed assessment report will be given to the patients or their family members, which is useful and important to present essential problems and symptoms to doctors. It can also avoid repeated assessments in hospital and speed up the diagnostic process.

Assistance will be provided for people with financial difficulty.

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Hong Kong Alzheimer’s Disease Association accept Health Care Voucher for the payment for Early Detection service. Please inform our staff during registration if you would like to use Health Care Voucher.

Please visit the HSVS website to know more about the restrictions in using Health Care Vouchers:

(Please read the Personal Data Privacy Policy of Hong Kong Alzheimer’s Disease Association carefully BEFORE you download the form.) Please contact us at 2338 1120 or complete the application form ( PDF )

Take Action Now
Early Detection  Early Treatment  Early Planning
Grasp the timely treatment during the golden period

Enquiry : 2338 1120

Patients Delay seeking Consultation for as Long as 60 Months and Miss the Chance to be Treated Effectively


Study found that:


  1. More than 85 percent of those who came for assessment were found to have varying degrees of cognitive dysfunction, of which, over half had obvious Alzheimer’s symptoms.

  2. The average interval between showing Alzheimer’s symptoms and undergoing the “Early Detection Service” was 15 months and the longest interval was 60 months.

  3. The Association referred patients with early signs of cognitive dysfunction or suspected Alzheimer’s cases for further assessment. Among 134 referrals:
    - 88% of them were diagnosed with varying degrees of cognitive dysfunction
    - 68%of them were confirmed to have Alzheimer’s disease


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