Memory Exam by IntraNeuron

Detect signs of dementia with a scientifically validated test in the comfort of your home.



New Voice recognition technology

Take our Memory Exam from the comfort of your house

Easy to read charts and graphs

Use your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer

Used by Neurologists, Neuropsychologists and Primary Care Physicians

Information is stored and transmitted securely


How it Works

Step 1 - Buy a Memory Exam

All of your information is stored and transmitted securely. 

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Your exam is available immediately following purchase.


Step 2 - Take a Memory Exam

Take the exam online.

Your tablet, computer or phone will ask questions and you answer them by speaking.

All you need is a quiet place, a tablet, computer or phone with speakers and a microphone and 30 to 45 minutes.

Step 3 - Review your report

Your easy to read report compares you to peers with similar age and education using clear graphs and scores from the test.

It clarifies what was tested and its connection to dementia and cognitive issues.

Discuss any concerns with your doctor.

Why Take a Memory Exam?

Memory tests can determine whether you have memory loss or other forms of mild cognitive impairment.   The results can give you peace of mind or help decide whether you would benefit from a more detailed examination by an expert.

Some causes of memory loss and mild cognitive impairment, such as nutrition deficiencies or thyroid issues, can be treated right away.  Other causes, such as Alzheimer’s, have no cure and may be more difficult to treat.  Treatments generally work better if problems are identified early.

Early detection of Alzheimer's enables you to take advantage of available treatments, plan financial and legal matters and prevent you from unexpected emergencies, such as emergency room visits.

Early detection of cognitive decline is proven to improve quality of life.

Signs You Need a Memory Exam

  • You are concerned about memory loss
  • You are seeing early signs of dementia
  • You have a family history of Alzheimer’s or Dementia
  • You have trouble concentrating
  • You have difficulty performing familiar tasks
  • You don't remember words or names in conversation
  • You want to have a baseline to compare to future tests
  • You forget where you are or where you are going
  • You misplace things more often
  • You are getting lost more often walking or driving
  • Your family or friends say you frequently repeat yourself
  • Your family or friends have noticed you are more forgetful
  • Your family or friends have noticed changes in your mood, behavior, personality, or desire to do things