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Memory Loss Screening

Memory loss can occur for a wide variety of reasons. While many of these reasons are related to aging, memory loss may also happen as a result of injury, illness, sleep deprivation, poor diet and so on.

A Memory Loss Screening is a Fast, Safe, Effective Procedure

Many people may feel uncomfortable or embarrassed when thinking about memory loss. This is especially the case for those whose memory loss is related to aging. For a screening to be truly effective, it should be conducted in a way that is completely confidential and secure.

At Princeton Medical Institute, we’ve developed a world-class memory loss screening protocol.

Get a Free Memory Loss Screening from Princeton Medical Institute

Princeton Medical Institute uses recognized screening instruments backed by the latest medical technology. Depending on the results of your test, you may choose to follow up with your family doctor or another healthcare practitioner to explore preventive care for memory maintenance.

A Memory Loss Screening is a Fast, Safe, Effective Procedure

Many people may feel uncomfortable or embarrassed when thinking about memory loss. This is especially the case for those whose memory loss is related to aging. For a screening to be truly effective, it should be conducted in a way that is completely confidential and secure.

At Princeton Medical Institute, we’ve developed a world-class memory loss screening protocol. Our methods can uncover the seriousness of memory loss and make accurate inferences about a patient’s risk of age-related dementia, including Alzheimer’s.

During our process, the person being tested works one-on-one in a comfortable environment with a medical professional. Some professionals who may be qualified to conduct screenings include physicians, psychologists, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants and pharmacists.

The test is short and simple. It consists of a series of questions and tasks that test key areas:

  • Language skills
  • Cognitive ability
  • Short- and long-term memory

Get a Free Memory Loss Screening from Princeton Medical Institute

Princeton Medical Institute uses recognized screening instruments backed by the latest medical science. Depending on the results of your test, you may choose to follow up with your family doctor or another healthcare practitioner to explore preventive care for memory maintenance.

Here at the Princeton Medical Institute, our deep insight into Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia gives us expertise in memory function. To make it easier for people to get the care they need, we offer complementary 10-minute memory screenings on a regular basis.

You can see our Events and Announcements page for times and locations.

If you already have concerns about your memory, it may be helpful to schedule a longer screening. You can contact our team to find out more about planning and preparing for your full screening.

If it is determined that you suffer from memory loss, do not lose hope.

At the Princeton Medical Institute, we conduct groundbreaking research on memory loss and cognitive impairment from a range of sources, including Alzheimer’s disease. To find out more or join one of our studies, contact us today.