BrainCheck: Worried about Memory Loss?

BrainCheck: Worried about Memory Loss?

What is BrainCheck?

BrainCheck is a fun, easy way to assess your cognitive health in less than 15 minutes. Just like taking a person’s temperature or checking their blood pressure at the doctor’s office, we believe that everyone should know their cognitive status. That’s why we created BrainCheck.

Not an IQ test:

With BrainCheck, you’re not testing your intelligence and there’s no “pass” or “fail”. You’re simply trying to measure and better understand your cognitive health.

How BrainCheck works:

  1. *Take the Test:

Assess multiple cognitive domains in just 10 minutes. We store your scores, so you can see how your performance changes over time.

*2. Track your changes:

BrainCheck tracks changes in your memory, attention, mental flexibility, reaction time and more, connecting you and your doctor to real-time, actionable information about your cognitive health.

*3. Discuss with your doctor:

Your test results come with easy to read data and insights for each cognitive domain. Discuss your results and next steps with your doctor.

**Early detection is key:

With early detection, you can determine the cause of impairment and address changes early on. New research has found that certain lifestyle changes like diet and exercise can not only improve brain health but also help prevent dementia.

The science behind BrainCheck:

We turn gold-standard neurocognitive tests into interactive mobile games.

For decades, doctors and scientists have relied on pencil and paper tests to measure brain health. But modern technology enables us to bring these tests into the 21st century and offer people everywhere easy, affordable access to their cognitive health.

*10 Minutes: A snapshot of brain performance in about 10 minutes.

*40,000+Users: A robust normative database validated across ages 10-99.

*20 years: Backed by 20 years of research at Baylor College of Medicine.

1 in 3 Seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another Dementia:

Know the signs: As people age, their cognitive abilities decline. However, when memory loss interferes with daily life there may be reason for concern. If you notice the warning signs in yourself or a loved one, don’t ignore them. Ask your doctor about BrainCheck.

*Forgetting new information: important dates or events or asking the same question over and over.

*Problems communicating: remembering words or following conversations.

*Getting lost: difficulty driving or forgetting where you are or how you got there.

*Difficulty completing familiar tasks: like managing your bills or making your favorite recipe.

*Psychological changes like inappropriateness, paranoia or agitation.

About Brain Check:

BrainCheck helps lessen the human and economic toll of cognitive impairment and dementia. USed by hundreds of clinicians and thousands of people around the world to detect cognitive changes early, we enable patients, caregivers and clinicians to work together to implement personalized recommendations to preserve brain health and functional independence. Ask your doctor about BrainCheck today.


Disclaimer: This information was taken directly from the BrainCheck pamphlet and I give them full credit for the information. I have never used the program for I have no idea yes or no of how good it is. Please call the above numbers and/or check out their website for more information.


About jwatrel

I am a free-lance writer and Blogger. I am the author of the book "Firehouse 101" ( 2005) part of trilogy of books centered in New York City. My next book "Love Triangles" is finished being edited and should be ready for release in the Fall. My latest book, "Dinner at Midnight", a thriller is on its last chapter. My long awaited book explains the loss of the 2004 Yankee game to Boston. I work as a Consultant, Adjunct College Professor, Volunteer Fireman and Ambulance member and Blogger. I have a blog site for caregivers called 'bergencountycaregiver', a step by step survival guide to all you wonderful folks taking care of your loved ones, a walking project to walk every block, both sides, of the island of Manhattan "MywalkinManhattan" and discuss what I see and find on the streets of New York and three sites to accompany it. One is an arts site called "Visiting a Museum", where I showcase small museums, historical sites and parks that are off the beaten track both in Manhattan and outside the city to cross reference with "MywalkinManhattan" blog site. Another is "DiningonaShoeStringNYC", featuring small restaurants I have found on my travels in this project, that offer wonderful meals for $10.00 and under. So be on the lookout for updates on all three sites and enjoy 'MywalkinManhattan'. The third is my latest site, "LittleShoponMainStreet", which showcases all the unique and independent shops that I have found on my travels throughout and around Manhattan. I have started two new blog sites for the fire department, one "EngineOneHasbrouck HeightsFireDepartmentnj" for the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department to discuss what our Engine Company is doing and the other is "BergenCountyFireman'sHomeAssociation" for the Bergen County Fireman's Association, which fire fighters from Bergen County, NJ, go to the Fireman's Home in Boonton, NJ to bring entertainment and cheer to our fellow brother fire fighters quarterly.
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2 Responses to BrainCheck: Worried about Memory Loss?

  1. jwatrel says:

    Please check out the BrainCheck website or call their number for more information on the program.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. jwatrel says:

    Please contact BrainCheck for more information.

    Liked by 1 person

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