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Cognitive Screening - Cognivue

Congnivue Thrive - Test Your Cognitive Function

Clayton Park Audiology is pleased to announce that we have added the Cognivue Thrive automated cognitive screener to our Advanced Diagnostic Hearing Assessments.

What is Cognivue Thrive?

Cognivue Thrive is an automated FDA-cleared technology based on traditional screening methods but without the associated bias and practical barriers of paper and pen cognitive screening tools.

Cognivue Thrive Features:

  • Evaluates three cognitive domains: memory, visuospatial, and executive function
  • Measures two speed performance parameters: reaction time and speed processing
  • Based on FDA-cleared technology used by neurologists and other physicians to test for cognitive function
  • 5-minute self-administered computerized screening
  • User friendly
  • Proven superior test-retest reliability
  • Same day results
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Why We Use Cognivue Thrive:

Cognivue enhances our patient care by providing a more comprehensive scope of assessment. Cognivue results provide insight into how our patient’s brain manages incoming sound and how this may impact our listening and communication skills. This additional information allows our Audiologists to make more individualized treatment recommendations and appropriately tailor counseling and follow-up care to the patient's unique needs.

Why You Should Take Cognivue Thrive:

Research shows that hearing impairment and cognitive decline are related. The Lancet Medical Journal has published several research studies suggesting this link. In one study by Livingston, et al. (2017)*, hearing impairment was determined to be the #1 modifiable risk factor for cognitive decline when identified and addressed in mid-life.

To learn more about Cognitive Thrive please visit
www.cognivue.com/cognivue-thrive-device/

*Livingston G, Sommerlad A, Orgeta V et al. Dementia prevention, intervention, and care. Lancet 2017;390:2673–2734.

*Cognivue Thrive is an adjunctive tool for evaluating cognitive function. It is not a stand-alone diagnostic tool. Clinical contextualization is required.