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What is Memory Screening?
- Memory screenings are like other routine health check-ups.
- Each memory screening takes approximately 20 minutes and while the result is not a diagnosis, it can suggest if someone should see a physician for a full evaluation.
- No cost and no commitment to participate in research required
- Individualized consultation with participants that includes information about normal aging and memory disorders as well as available resources in the community
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Ongoing Memory Screening Services and Events:
Where: UC San Diego, Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center
FREE MEMORY SCREENING SERVICES IN SPANISH for seniors offered at ACCESS in Linda Vista.
Offered in collaboration with the ACCESS Linda Vista Community Market
Where: Linda Vista Community Market, ACCESS,
FREE MEMORY SCREENING SERVICES IN SPANISH for persons 65 and older at no cost offered at the Mexican Consulate in Little Italy, San Diego.
Each assessment takes between 20-30 minutes. We are also available at the consulate to talk about the ADRC and what studies we have going on. The dates we are going are as follows: We will have free educational talks for those interested in learning more about Alzheimer’s disease and research as well as
Where: Consulado General de México en San Diego (Mexican Consulate General in San Diego)
FREE MEMORY SCREENINGS IN SPANISH offered monthly in South Bay.
Offered by the UC San Diego Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center in
Where: Glenner Town Square 2765 Main Street, Ste. A, Chula Vista, CA, 91911
FREE MEMORY SCREENINGS IN SPANISH offered at the City Heights Wellness Center.
Offered in collaboration with Alzheimer's Association, Project Concern International, and La Maestra Community Health Centers
Where: The City Heights Wellness Center