Who says aging means old? Stay active, feel good and maintain your independence with healthcare, programs and resources for older adults.

Specialized medicine, compassionate care.

Aging happens to us all. That’s why we have a team that’s specially trained in treating older adults who are staying active and living longer than ever before. 

We work closely with your other physicians and even your family, if you’d like, to improve your health and help you stay independent as you get older. 

Visit the Aging Clinic for:

  • Physical exam and monitoring of any symptoms
  • Thorough evaluation and review of your medications
  • Memory loss evaluation to determine if it’s normal aging or something else
  • Connection to your local community resources

Find out how the Aging Services Clinic can make a difference


Caregiving essentials.

Caregiving is both rewarding and challenging. Our Center for Family Caregivers offers classes, programs, and events to help you feel connected and supported. 

Our programs include: 

  • Caregiver education
  • Events focusing on your wellness and health
  • Social events
  • Support groups
  • Creative workshops

Find support at the Center for Family Caregivers

Check out our monthly event calendar. We hope to see you soon.


Memory care at every stage.

Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease can feel overwhelming and isolating. We are here to help. The Memory Disorder Clinic offers comprehensive memory care services and support for patients and families. 

  • Evaluations
  • Memory evaluation and screening
  • Memory enhancement
  • Research opportunities
  • Caregiver education
  • Classes for those with mild cognitive impairment and early memory loss
  • Support groups for the whole family

Get the memory care you need and the compassion you deserve


There are more than 580,000 people over the age of 60 living in Brevard County.