How healthy is your brain?
Memory Matters’ staff can tell you through our Baseline Memory Screen.
These types of memory screenings are an important aspect of overall brain health and well-being. Using the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA), this FREE screening offers a non-medical evaluation that includes consultation for next-step recommendations and program options. More than 500 studies have shown that MoCA is superior to existing cognitive screening tools to detect Alzheimer's Disease and 20 other disorders such as stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, sleep apnea, and kidney disease. You may ask, "What's the difference between the test my doctor gave me and the MoCA?" In short, the MoCA is generally better at detecting mild impairment and early Alzheimer's disease because it's a more sensitive test and is more challenging.
The screening only takes about 15 minutes and is administered by a Memory Matters certified and trained professional.
There are two ways to be screened. The first, in-person at Memory Matters facility on Hilton Head Island. The second, virtually through Zoom, allows you, or your loved one to remain in the comfort of home. To register for a free baseline memory screen, please complete the form below.