Moneta Health is on a mission to help older adults think, feel, and function at their best.
Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy aims to improve cognitive function and daily life activities in individuals with mild cognitive impairment and dementia.
It has been shown to improve cognitive abilities, functional outcomes, and quality of life in people with cognitive deficits through research studies and clinical trials.*
Our clinical program has been designed to help older adults experiencing cognitive challenges, such as difficulty with attention or memory, due to mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia. To be eligible for reimbursement under Medicare, we require a referral from a physician or nurse practitioner.
Call us at (844) 535-6833 or sign up for a free initial consultation with our care team to see if our program is a good fit for you. If needed, we will contact your healthcare provider directly to obtain a referral for cognitive rehabilitation therapy, only with your consent.
The program is covered by Medicare with a signed order from a physician or nurse practitioner with a qualifying condition. We are currently accepting traditional Medicare and plan to accept Medicare Advantage plans in the next few months.
The program is covered by Medicare with a signed order from a physician or nurse practitioner with a qualifying condition. We are currently accepting traditional Medicare and Sunshine Health / Wellcare Medicare Advantage plans. We are actively working to expand our coverage to other plans, so check with us to confirm your coverage for other Medicare Advantage plans. Not sure what your insurance covers or if you would be eligible for reimbursement? Call us at (844) 535-6833 or contact us to connect with a member of our care team to learn more.
A Brain Health Assessment happens at the start of Moneta’s program to guide the development of your personalized plan for cognitive rehabilitation therapy.
The assessment helps your therapist to evaluate potential deficits that affect cognition or communication, such as short-term memory or attention span. If you received a referral from your primary care physician or another provider, your therapist would consider the information shared about previous diagnoses. Your therapist will also assess your medical history to understand if there are factors in your life that could be affecting your cognitive function.
Your therapist will determine the appropriate length of your program based on your needs, goals and progress, and your reimbursement coverage. Participation in the program is typically 30 to 90 days. After the program ends, we will provide you with at-home activities to maintain your progress, including monthly check-ins with our care team.
“The program has helped me make changes starting from the inside out. I know it’s designed for thinking and remembering, which I’ve seen differences in, but it also helped me from within to feel healthier and more aware.”