COG Selftest

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Development of the COGselftest

In 2002, Dr. John H. Dougherty Jr., a leading neurologist, developed the Self Test, a paper test designed to identify cognitive impairment at the earliest possible stages. This test continues to be widely used in physicians' offices.

The earlier you diagnose AD, the better your chances of managing the disease without severe impairment. Unfortunately, 60 percent of people with early signs of AD go undiagnosed until they are past the early stages, when treatment options are best.

Studies have shown the quick, easy COGselftest to be a reliable, accurate tool that can aid in the early detection of Alzheimer's Disease (AD) and other types of cognitive impairment. Regular testing will help you track changes in your cognitive functions over time.

Ongoing studies of the online version of the test show it to be 96 percent accurate in identifying cognitive impairment. The COGselftest monitors multiple cognitive domains, helping to identify different types and degrees of mental impairment.

Early detection is your most powerful weapon in the fight against dementia. The COGselftest can be your first step in that fight. It's quick, easy, affordable and accurate. Ask your physician for more details on cognitive screening.

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