Better patient care

When a patient starts to experience memory loss and other forms of cognitive decline, it can be a stressful, uncertain, and trying time for everyone involved, from the patient to their family, friends, caretakers, and even healthcare professionals. No matter what the cause of the cognitive impairment, it’s important to quickly find out how an individual’s cognitive function is affected so that an appropriate treatment plan can be devised. This is where MoCA comes in—our straightforward tool for diagnosing patients and gauging an appropriate follow-up and treatment plan. With the ability to assess several cognitive domains, MoCA is a proven and useful cognitive screening tool for many illnesses, including:

  • Alzheimer’s disease

  • Parkinson’s disease

  • Huntington’s disease

  • Lewy Body

  • VCI/Stroke

  • Fronto-temporal dementia

  • Brain metastasis

  • ALS

  • Sleep behavior disorder

  • Brain tumors

  • Multiple sclerosis

  • Head trauma

  • Depression

  • Schizophrenia

  • Heart failure

  • Substance abuse

  • HIV

  • And more

Why use MoCA

Early and Accurate Detection

Early detection leads to better results in finding the root cause of an illness. Faster diagnoses and treatment plans improve a patient’s quality of life. MoCA is also known to be more precise than other cognitive tests, such as the MMSE.

Technology that Fits Your Healthcare Environment

Our advanced screening test is available in both a paper and app format. With proper training, the test is quick to administer and easy to interpret.

How MoCA Works

1. Start by creating a MoCA account.

2. Download either the paper or app test, depending on your healthcare environment’s needs.

3. Take the Training & Certification program.

4. Perform the MoCA assessment.

5. Interpret and track results.

Who Uses MoCA

  • Nurses

  • Speech-Language Pathologists

  • Occupational Therapists

  • Neurologists

  • Psychologists

  • Geriatricians

  • Family Practice Physicians

  • Geriatric Psychiatrist

  • And more

MoCA Brochure 2022

An Overview of MoCA

View or download the brochure to learn more about the history of MoCA, where and how the test is used, and why it remains the leading screening tool for mild cognitive impairment.