Beginning to experience memory loss can become a stressful and uncertain time.
When an individual starts to experience memory loss and other forms of cognitive decline, it can be a stressful and uncertain time for everyone, from the patient to their family, friends, and caretakers. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a brief, 30-question test that helps healthcare professionals detect cognitive impairments very early on.
This assessment can be completed for free in our center by a certified team member and the results will be shared with your healthcare professional. The test only takes about 15 to administer and is free for our clients.
To learn more or to schedule an appointment please call the center at (239) 437-3007.
Mini Mental State Examination
The Dubin Center also offers the Mini Mental State Examination, otherwise known as the MMSE, free for anyone interested. The MMSE (Folstein, 1975) is a simple pen and paper test administered by mental health professionals and healthcare associates to determine cognitive function. This brief screening measures orientation, memory, language skills, attention, and visuospatial awareness. It takes less than 15 minutes to complete and is entirely non-invasive. The Dubin Center staff will provide clients with a copy of their exam upon completion.