Making waves in brain health


For a long time, doctors and scientists 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 own brain health data, from anywhere they are.

How BrainCheck works


With our easy-to-use interactive tests, you can assess your cognitive health on your computer, iPhone or iPad and view your results on the spot.

1. Set your baseline scores

In just 10 minutes, BrainCheck assesses multiple cognitive domains. We store your baseline scores, so you can regularly monitor your brain health over time. Should there be a concern in the future, you can re-test and compare your scores to your baseline.

2. Track changes

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

3. Monitor and share

Your test results are available instantly on the BrainCheck platform, with easy-to-read data and insights for each cognitive domain. Results sync across all your devices and can be shared with your doctor or loved ones, if you so choose.

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BrainCheck Memory

Just like taking your temperature or checking your blood pressure at home, we believe that you should be able to quickly and easily measure your brain performance and track changes over time.

BrainCheck Memory lets you take a snapshot of your brain health in less than 10 minutes. Gain insight into multiple cognitive domains, including memory, cognitive processing, reasoning and attention, so you can be aware of changes early from the privacy of your own home.

Memory

BrainCheck Sport

Recent evidence shows that a concussion is not always a discrete event and that repeated small blows to the head can still have a significant adverse effect on brain health, known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy.

If you or your child participates in athletics, we encourage you to set a baseline score and repeat BrainCheck tests after any hard-hit or injury.

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