Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

Computer Test Equipment
Sponsored by
Mild Cognitive Impairment Touch Screen Computers

 
"I want to know right away when I start to decline, not what my chances are of getting Alzheimer’s.".
 
   
15" Alzheimer Dimentia testing equipment

Touch Screen Inc. Alzheimer Testing Computer

15" Touch Screen 18.5" Touch COMPUTER
Computer requirements XP or newer, 2GB RAM  
Alzheimer Test Ccomputer Touch Screen Computer Testing Equipent for Alzheimers disease and dimentia
Touch Screen Drivers:   XP Driver    Win  7    Win  8  
 
Two different companies provide the Hardware and the Testing Software:
  •    Hardware:   Touch Screens Inc. 800-753-2441
  •    Software:     Screen Inc.           866-668-9038
Screen Inc’s tests can distinguish between patients with normal memory functioning (for their age and education) and those with cognitive problems. The CANS-MCI is designed to help patients and families by detecting those cognitive changes most associated with actively progressing Alzheimer’s disease.
Screen Inc's testing services are ideal for family practices, neurology practices, geriatric practices, clinics, community health organizations, HMOs, hospitals and life care centers and assisted living. In a recently published study that reviewed computer-based test batteries used to detect cognitive decline in the elderly, researchers gave the CANS-MCI the top overall score in every category and a special mention for exceptional user friendliness.
Computer-Administered Neuropsychological Screen for Mild Cognitive Impairment (CANS-MCI), has led the way in early detection and awareness of impending dementia Pre-diagnostic early warnings and in longitudinal tracking of the changes in cognitive  ability most predictive of Alzheimer's.


Dementias may not yet be defeated, but they can be
managed if detected early.

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