The research from this Alzheimer's memory test, Self-Administered Geocognitive Examination (SAGE), shows that four out of five people (80 percent) with memory issues will be detected by this test.
Ninety-five percent (95) of people who are normal thinking (memory) will have normal SAGE scores.
If you find the test results suspicious, you should contact your doctor immediately, and ask for a neurological or geriatric consult.
These specialist can determine, through a series of tests, whether or not you are suffering from or headed for Alzheimer's disease.
SAGE is a brief self-administered cognitive screening test used to identify mild cognitive Impairment (MCI), Alzheimer's disease and early dementia.
Average time to complete the test is 10 to 15 minutes.
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