Test your memory health and function with these free online screening tests:
Short Term Memory Tests
Short term memory is the ability to form and retain very recent memories, such as what you had for breakfast this morning, and recalling details from a news article that you read 10 minutes ago. Try out these short term memory tests:
When people become concerned about “short term memory loss”, they are typically referring to real or perceived impairments in the ability to form new episodic and semantic memories.
Working Memory Tests
Working memory is the capacity to hold small amounts of information in an active, easily accessible state. Working memory is important for learning new information and new skills. Try out these free working memory tests:
Healthy Brain Test
Curious about your brain? Learn about risk factors for Alzheimer’s and dementia, and how diet choices and physical exercise affect brain health.
Alzheimer’s-Dementia Memory Loss Checklist
Many early signs of memory loss problems in older adults are first noticed by family members, caregivers, and close friends. Being able to monitor for possible signs of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia can help protect the safety and quality of life of a loved one.
Tips to Improve Your Memory
There is a large and growing body of research evidence that confirms these important facts on memory health: Memory Tip #1 (read more)