This is a highly specialized book, and for those in the process of setting up dementia clinics or memory disorder programs it will be very useful. With the increasing longevity of the world population, there is a clear need for clinical programs that can assess, diagnosis, and treat people with dementia and memory impairments. The care of the patient with dementia is similar to that of the patient with schizophrenia in that it is best to have a team involved in diagnosis and management. Members of the team include a medical dementia specialist (usually a geriatrician, neurologist, or psychiatrist), primary care physician, radiologist, neuropsychologist, psychologist, social worker, nurse, occupational and speech therapist, and, often, clergy. It is to potential members of this multidisciplinary team that the book is directed.