Early detection makes a difference. We believe that everyone deserves a memorable life.


Through research and innovation, we provide for the most accurate assessment of cognitive performance. Our leading cognitive screening tools are key in early diagnoses and treatment plans to improve brain health and well-being. Our mission is fueled by our passionate belief that everyone deserves a memorable life

MoCA empowers healthcare professionals and researchers to detect cognitive impairment related to

  • Alzheimer’s disease

  • Parkinson’s disease

  • Huntington’s disease

  • Lewy Body Dementia

  • VCI/Stroke

  • Fronto-temporal dementia

  • Brain metastasis

  • ALS

  • Sleep behavior disorder

  • Brain tumors

  • Multiple sclerosis

  • Head trauma

  • Depression

  • Schizophrenia

  • Heart failure

  • Substance abuse

  • HIV

  • COVID, and more

The earliest and most accurate detection of mild cognitive impairment

MoCA (Montreal Cognitive Assessment or The MoCA Test) was validated as a highly sensitive tool for early detection of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) in hundreds of peer-reviewed studies since 2000. MoCA has been widely adopted in clinical settings and used in academic and non-academic research around the world. The sensitivity of MoCA for detecting MCI is 90%, compared to 18% for the MMSE.

MoCA is regularly used by

  • Nurses

  • Primary care and specialty physicians

  • Occupational Therapists

  • Speech-Language Pathologists

  • Psychologists

  • Researchers and other clinicians

Quickly and accurately assesses

  • Short term memory

  • Visuospatial abilities

  • Executive functions

  • Attention, concentration and working memory

  • Language

  • Orientation to time and place

Many versions of MoCA are available to suit your clinical or research needs



For healthcare organizations and researchers with mobile tablet capability. Recommended for multi-users to improve standardization and efficiency. Results can be uploaded to EHR systems. Free for healthcare professionals and academia.



For healthcare organizations accustomed to paper filing. Multiple versions available, including adapted questions for hearing or visual impairment, low education, and administration by telephone or videoconference.