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Channel 3 Live at 9 Segment: Earliest Signs of Dementia You Don't Want to Overlook

Feb 23, 2017

Jason McCown, director of behavioral health at Saint Francis Hospital-Memphis, was interviewed live on Channel 3 Live at 9 regarding the early signs of dementia, a topic recently made prevalent because of Partridge Family star David Cassidy's announcement that he has been diagnosed with the disorder.

The Behavioral Health Center offers free clinical assessment services to help identify problem areas and treatment options. If treatment recommendations are made, we're also happy to provide assistance with referrals to the treatment program of your choice. These assessments are provided for free, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you or a loved one is experiencing emotional, behavioral or psychological difficulty, you can call Saint Francis Behavioral Health Services to speak with a qualified mental health professional at 901-765-1400.

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