Cognitive Testing

Quantified data in core areas of cognition: memory, attention, reasoning, and verbal ability.

Cognitive Assessments with

Cambridge Brain Sciences

Cambridge Brain Sciences is a leading provider of cognitive assessment tools for clinicians and medical practices, featuring scientifically-validated cognitive tasks that produce objective measures across multiple cognitive domains.


As part of our standard practice here at Recover Integrity, all patients will take these tasks to obtain quantified data in core areas of cognition—memory, attention, reasoning, and verbal ability—that are key to their quality of life.

Why is measuring cognitive health important?
Assessing

Identifying where client’s are cognitively when they enter treatment.

Planning

Creating treatment planning that fits where the client is cognitively at intake, and modifying as their cognition begins to heal.

Measuring

Testing client’s at different points in their treatment in order to measure cognitive change, over time.

Growing

Quantifying a client’s cognitive growth over the course of their treatment.

Why do we offer Cognitive Testing?

At Recover Integrity, having a scientifically-validated objective measure of your cognitive function up front is a fundamental input to understanding which brain functions and regions may require the most focus. With this information in hand, we then tailor our treatment plans to each individual’s needs—and re-assess along the way to ensure we are seeing improvements in key focus areas—helping produce the best possible clinical outcomes along with working side-by-side with clients towards their personal productivity goals.

Try it for yourself

Want to try a sample to experience it for yourself?
Take a quick 1 minute & 30-second task of concentration to test your own attention today by clicking the button below:

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The Cambridge Brain Sciences tasks have been taken 8+ million times, are based on 25+ years of research and have been used in more than 300+ peer-reviewed academic studies. Learn more about Cambridge Brain Sciences here.