Are you worried you'rebecoming more forgetful?

It’s a fact of life – as you age, your cognitive abilities decline.

You might already be worried about this for yourself or a loved one. If you’re forgetting names or where you put your keys, how can you tell whether these memory slips are normal or the first signs of memory loss?

MeetBrainCheck Memory

Just like taking your temperature or checking your blood pressure at home, we believe that you should have access to your brain health.

BrainCheck Memory measures and tracks your cognitive health – including memory, cognitive processing, reasoning and attention — to help you see early changes in your memory from the privacy of your own home in less than 10 minutes.

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How it works


Play 6 neurocognitive games to set your baseline scores, and get your results on the spot. See how your scores compare with others in your age range.


Monitor and track changes with online brain health reports that show your performance as charts and graphs on the BrainCheck Web App.


If you see changes in your cognitive performance, be proactive and share your reports with your doctor or family members.

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See your scores across seven key areas of cognitive function: working memory, cognitive processing, visual processing, reaction time, visual attention, basic reasoning and advanced reasoning.

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What is neurocognitive testing?

Neuroscience — it's in our DNA

BrainCheck was developed at the Eagleman Neuroscience Laboratory at Baylor College of Medicine.

Recognized by the scientific community for his groundbreaking work on neurocognitive assessment, Dr. David Eagleman has authored over 100 peer-reviewed articles and lectured at universities and hospitals nationwide. He brings neuroscience to millions through his New York Times best-selling books and media appearances, including NPR, TED, The Colbert Report, and the PBS series The Brain.

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BrainCheck Memory has been co-developed alongside some of Houston’s most notable organizations.