In older adults, the process of differentiating normal age-associated memory decline from those who might have a clinically significant disorder of memory and cognition can be problematic. Many early signs of memory loss problems in older adults are first noticed by family members, caregivers, and close friends. By using the the quiz and checklist below, a personal report with scoring information will be emailed to you.
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