5.7 million

Americans are living with Alzheimer’s or other dementias1

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$1.1 trillion

Dementia costs $250 billion per year now, and is projected to exceed $1 trillion by 2050

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50%

of people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias have not been diagnosed1


1. Alzheimer’s Association. (2018). 2018 Alzheimer’s disease facts and figures. Retrieved from https://www.alz.org/facts/

Early detection is key


All too often, people don’t realize that they have cognitive impairment until it has progressed to the advanced stages. But studies by the Alzheimer’s Association and others show that early detection works.

BrainCheck uses scientifically-validated neurocognitive tests to assess and monitor changes in your memory over time.

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Why BrainCheck


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Trusted

U.S. FDA Computerized Cognitive Assessment Aid. Backed by 20 years of research at Baylor College of Medicine.

Easy to use

Each game begins with an interactive demo and practice, so it doesn’t require any special training on your part.

Affordable

Enjoy BrainCheck for $5.99 per month or $39.99 per year. Cancel anytime.

Share with your doctor

Track changes over time and share your results with your doctor for review, if you choose.

FDA logo

Trusted

U.S. FDA Computerized Cognitive Assessment Aid. Backed by 20 years of research at Baylor College of Medicine.

Affordable

Enjoy BrainCheck for $5.99 per month or $39.99 per year. Cancel anytime.

Easy to use

Each game begins with an interactive demo and practice, so it doesn’t require any special training on your part.

Share with your doctor

Track changes over time and share your results with your doctor for review, if you choose.

“I can continuously monitor my mom’s brain health and track changes over time”

Erin Flores, PhD | Product AnalystUniversity of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

“Having something like BrainCheck where I can test my abilities is a great thing”

Leslie R. Schover, PhD | Clinical PsychologistUniversity of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Talk to your doctor


Talking about perceived or real memory impairment with a doctor can be difficult.
But BrainCheck gives you the ability to point to measurable, objective changes in your memory and cognitive performance, making these conversations easier and more productive.

BrainCheck for Caregivers


Concerned about the possibility of memory loss in someone close to you?

Our cloud-based platform allows you to assess your loved one’s cognitive health remotely or in-person and immediately view their test results from your own device.

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BrainCheck for Caregivers


Concerned about the possibility of memory loss in someone close to you?

Our cloud-based platform allows you to assess your loved one’s cognitive health remotely or in-person and immediately view their test results from your own device.

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Want to learn more about dementia?


Watch our Dementia Video Series with Dr. David Eagleman. You’ll learn about the signs, symptoms and diagnosis of dementia, neurobiological changes, treatment options, and more.

Start using BrainCheck Memory for yourself or a loved one.

Start using BrainCheck Memory for yourself or a loved one.

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