Worried About Memory Loss?

Our Test is Your First Step Towards Regaining Your Cognitive Health!

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New Treatments are Reversing Cognitive Decline!

In his book, The End of Alzheimer’s, Dale Bredesen, MD explains that Alzheimer’s is not one condition, but the result of imbalances in up to 36 different metabolic factors that can trigger a “downsizing” in the brain over 15 to 20 years. Dr. Bredesen has developed a research-based protocol to address these metabolic imbalances which has helped an astonishing 9 out of 10 patients with mild cognitive impairment return to normal function. Mind Your Memoryᵀᴹ works with medical providers trained in the Bredesen Protocol to identify and treat cognitive decline before the disease can progress into Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Our simple 30 minute test can detect early cognitive decline long before you have symptoms most would consider serious enough to seek medical attention. Please do not dismiss lapses in memory as “senior moments”– they just may be the early warning sign you needed to avoid a devastating decline into dementia. We are here to help. Please schedule your appointment today!

Affordable

Only $249, a fraction of what you would pay a neuropsychologist to be tested.

100% Confidential Results

You will be the only one who sees your results, unless you decide to share them.

Peace of Mind

An objective evaluation of your cognitive health, so you can stop worrying.

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Who Should be Tested?

Individuals with Memory Issues

A screening should be performed as soon as an individual (or close friend or family member) has noticed a decline in memory or difficulty in performing day-to-day tasks.

Individuals with a Family History of Alzheimer’s

Those with a family history of Alzheimer’s or dementia should be tested in their 40’s or early 50’s to establish a baseline for future evaluations and to ensure early detection.

High IQ/High Functioning Individuals

People with high cognitive function have to decline 30-50% before a neuropsychologist can determine you are “below average function” for your age. Our test detects small changes from your initial baseline allowing for the earliest possible detection and treatment before such a drastic decline can threaten your career.

Individuals Interested in Preventing Alzheimer’s

Exciting new treatment protocols have had success in both preventing and reversing cognitive impairment to ensure you can enjoy optimal cognitive health over your life span.

Individuals Seeking Treatment for Cognitive Impairment

Our test will allow you to objectively document your improvement in response to the treatment program and measure your continued improvement over time.

Who Should be Tested?

Individuals with Memory Issues

A screening should be performed as soon as an individual (or close friend or family member) has noticed a decline in memory or difficulty in performing day-to-day tasks.

Individuals with a Family History of Alzheimer’s

Those with a family history of Alzheimer’s or dementia should be tested in their 40’s or early 50’s to establish a baseline for future evaluations and to ensure early detection.

High IQ/High Functioning Individuals

People with high cognitive function have to decline 30-50% before a neuropsychologist can determine you are “below average function” for your age. Our test detects small changes from your initial baseline allowing for the earliest possible detection and treatment before such a drastic decline can threaten your career.

Individuals Interested in Preventing Alzheimer’s

Exciting new treatment protocols have had success in both preventing and reversing cognitive impairment to ensure you can enjoy optimal cognitive health over your life span.

Individuals Seeking Treatment for Cognitive Impairment

Our test will allow you to objectively document your improvement in response to the treatment program and measure your continued improvement over time.

As it Turns Out—
You Can Buy Peace of Mind!

Spare yourself the nagging concerns about your memory! Eliminate worry with a confidential, objective, evaluation of your cognitive function for only $249! Statistically, four out of five Baby Boomers will have normal cognitive function for their age.

Enjoy a Stress-Free Process!

You can view all locations and available time slots by clicking on the button below. After entering your demographic information you can securely pay for the test to reserve your chosen time and location. On the day of your test please arrive a few minutes early to ensure you are as relaxed and comfortable as possible. The test typically takes about 30 minutes to complete, but we allot one hour to make sure that you are not rushed.

Receive Expert Results!

After you complete your test, the results will be scored by neuropsychology testing experts with graduate degrees and your report will be sent to your private email within approximately 7 days.

As it Turns Out—
You Can Buy Peace of Mind!

Spare yourself the nagging concerns about your memory! Eliminate worry with a confidential, objective, evaluation of your cognitive function for only $249! Statistically, four out of five Baby Boomers will have normal cognitive function for their age.

Enjoy a Stress-Free Process!

You can view all locations and available time slots by clicking on the button below. After entering your demographic information you can securely pay for the test to reserve your chosen time and location. On the day of your test please arrive a few minutes early to ensure you are as relaxed and comfortable as possible. The test typically takes about 30 minutes to complete, but we allot one hour to make sure that you are not rushed.

Receive Expert Results!

After you complete your test, the results will be scored by neuropsychology testing experts with graduate degrees and your report will be sent to your private email within approximately 7 days.

See All Available Cognitive Test Locations & Times

See All Available Locations & Times

What Do I Do With My Test Results?

Gain Peace of Mind!

It is normal to lose cognitive function as we age. Unfortunately, it is impossible for us to know whether we are declining normally, or faster than we should be, unless we are tested to objectively measure our cognitive function. Most people worry about memory loss, and do so unnecessarily. The fact is the majority of us will never develop Alzheimer’s or dementia. Nor will the majority of us develop breast or colon cancer. But we know it is wise to have mammograms and colonoscopies because early detection leads to better outcomes. It is the same with our cognitive health. The new treatment protocols that can reverse cognitive impairment depend upon early detection for optimal outcomes. And if your results are normal, as most will be? You can stop worrying and have peace of mind!

Share the Results with Your Physician

Yes, I know. We have stated repeatedly that the results are confidential and you will be the only one to see them. The results are confidential. But if our test indicates a high probability of cognitive impairment, it is important that you see a medical professional to seek a diagnosis, especially if the medical professional offers a treatment program for cognitive impairment or is a functional medicine provider. The underlying cause may not be dementia, but a medication side effect, metabolic imbalance, or some other treatable medical condition. A functional medicine provider will know which tests to run to assess the likelihood of these other causes.

Schedule a Follow Up Test

When the initial results indicate someone may have cognitive impairment, most are asked to come back and be retested in 30-90 days. The results of your test will clearly state whether you need to come back for a follow up test and when. It is best to schedule the follow up test as soon as possible to make sure that your preferred time and location are available. The reasons patients are retested are:

  1. Everyone has a bad day from time to time and you may test in the normal range on the second time around and not need treatment at this time.
  2. It is important to document that your scores are below normal on a consistent basis; it gives a stronger indication of cognitive impairment before you consider seeking treatment.

Prevent Alzheimer's

If your final diagnosis is mild cognitive impairment, you likely would have progressed to develop Alzheimer’s or another dementia and ended up in a memory care facility at the cost of over $5,000 per month. Fortunately, a diagnosis is no longer a destiny! You took our test and caught the disease in its early stages when it is most likely to be reversible. Your future will be VERY different now that you are armed with the knowledge of an early diagnosis and new personalized treatment programs designed to arrest and reverse cognitive decline. Everyone who takes the test, regardless of the results, will receive a list of resources that can help you find the treatment program that is best suited for your needs. The Bredesen Protocol has had great success both preventing and reversing cognitive impairment. Nine out of ten patients with mild cognitive impairment returned to normal function within one year on the Bredesen Protocol. Best of all, our test can objectively document your improvement over time as you respond to the treatment program!

Read What Clients Say About Mind Your Memory

5.0
Interesting fun easy test! Results better than I thought they would be.
Colleen Howe
Colleen Howe
02:21 29 Aug 19
I wasn't sure about doing a memory test and didn't think I needed to but so glad I did! It was so easy and a lot of fun! it is a nice tool to track the memory and make life changes earlier than later and using Mind your Memory can help!
Kayla Muth
Kayla Muth
19:35 28 Aug 19
As a Bredesen-trained nurse practitioner, I wanted to experience this computerized testing for myself. The program was easy to use and the results had nice clear graphs. When I explain results to patients, these visual aids help put their results in perspective and allows us to focus on moving forward and getting them better! I recommend this for adults of all ages who are concerned about their memory, and recommend that they see a trained provider who can help them with their concerns.
Erica Linn
Erica Linn
21:47 25 Jul 19
I must give 5 stars!!! I was a little nervous about taking a computer driven test, but it was very cool. Of course, I tried to be perfect and failed, but my results were pretty much what I expected. I encourage everyone to take the quiz. It actually gave me peace of mind.
Debra Gillen
Debra Gillen
22:45 19 Jul 19
I took the test because I had some concerns about my memory. The test was easy to take on the computer and the report I got back was really easy to understand. This will be a great way to gauge memory in the future. I'm glad I got a baseline in my 30's so that I have something to compare it to down the road. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to assess their memory.
Amy Hoffman
Amy Hoffman
17:47 09 Jul 19