Geriatric Services

Peace of Mind Psychological Services (POMPS) is a full-service psychological practice providing psychological services for families, geriatrics, and communities.

Patient Services Provided

  • Direct Cognitive Assessments
  • Facility Partnerships (Long-Term Care)
  • We Promote patient-centered care
  • Reduction of disruptive patient behaviors
  • Improvement of patient quality of life
  • Addressing mood and personality disorders
  • Treatment for depression and anxiety
  • Support for Life Transitioning
  • Neurological Testing
  • Psychological Testing
  • Chronic Illness

Family Support Services Provided

  • Reducing caregiver challenges
  • Guiding families with selecting a senior community for a loved one
  • Helping families with the emotions caused by transitioning a loved one to a senior community
  • Providing emotional and psychological support
  • Improving ability/knowledge to support a love one

We Treat

  • Life transitions and Stress
  • Clinical Depression
  • Chronic Health Issues
  • Mood Disorders
  • Grief and loss
  • Family Issues
  • Alzheimer’s / Dementia
  • Self Esteem
  • Anxiety
  • Depression

Call If You Have Concerns That Are Not Listed

Consider meeting with us for further evaluation and planning. We are here to help you make the right decisions at the right time.

Trust Us to Support Alzheimer’s and Dementia Patients

Suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia will be difficult for the individual and can burden the relations between the family members.

 Trust the psychologists at Peace of Mind Psychological Services (POMPS) to perform an initial diagnosis that will help the loved one accept the change and better manage the emotions. We aim to help every individual and minimize the changes in mood and behavior that are associated with Alzheimer’s and dementia. We do not believe in medication as the solution for care. Our goal is to work with families and loves ones to provide natural care and guided assistance.

 

Guiding Families Through the Difficult Transition
  • Planning for the future
  • Family communication and education
  • Development of treatment and behavior plans
  • Continued support and treatment beyond the diagnosis

Alzheimer's Support (a type of Dementia)

If you suspect a loved one is experiencing onset Alzheimer’s, here are a few things you may notice:

Cognitive: Mental decline, difficulty thinking and understanding, confusion in the evening hours, delusion, disorientation, forgetfulness, making things up, difficulty concentrating, inability to create new memories, inability to do simple math, or inability to recognize common things.

Behavioral: Aggression, agitation, difficulty with self-care, irritability, meaningless repetition of their own words, personality changes, restlessness, lack of restraint, or wandering and getting lost.

Mood: Anger, apathy, general discontent, loneliness, or mood swings.

Psychological: Depression, hallucination, or paranoia.

Also Common: Inability to combine muscle movements, jumbled speech, or loss of appetite.

 

Dementia Support

If you suspect you or a loved one is experiencing Dementia or the later stages of Dementia, you may notice:

Cognitive: Memory loss, mental decline, confusion in the evening hours, disorientation, inability to speak or understand language, making things up, confusion, or inability to recognize common things.

Behavioral: Irritability, personality changes, restlessness, lack of restraint, or wandering and getting lost.

Mood: Anxiety, loneliness, mood swings, or nervousness.

Psychological: Depression, hallucination, or paranoia.

Muscular: Inability to combine muscle movements or unsteady walking.

Also Common: Falling, jumbled speech, or sleep disorder.

Why Care Is Important

STATS

By 2050, it is estimated that Alzheimer’s prevalence may be as high as 13.8 million.

%

1 in 10 Adults
age 65 and older has Alzheimer’s / Dementia.
more...

Studies show that consistently active management of Alzheimer’s can significantly improve quality of life through all stages of the disease for individuals and their families.

%

40% – 70%
of family caregivers
have clinically significant symptoms of depression.

%

75% of Adults
report not being knowledgeable
about Dementia.

more...

Studies show that consistently active management of Alzheimer’s can significantly improve quality of life through all stages of the disease for individuals and their families.

Getting Started Is Easy!

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Email: info@pompsinc.com

Contact Us

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For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital.

Location

4320 Winfield Rd.
Suite 200
Warrenville, IL 60555

Location

5 Revere Dr.
Suite 200
Northbrook, IL 60062

Phone or Fax

Main: (630) 465-9030
Local: (630) 465-9030
Fax: (630) 447-0007

Hours

Mon–Fri: 9:00am –7:30pm
Sat: 9:30am – 4pm
Sun: Closed

info@pompsinc.com

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