What is Mild Cognitive Impairment?
Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a condition in which an individual has mild, but measurable, changes in thinking abilities. These changes are noticeable to family and friends; however, are not generally severe enough to interfere with one’s activities of daily living. Individuals with MCI, especially MCI involving memory problems, are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia than people without MCI. However, MCI does not always lead to dementia. For some, MCI remains stable, for others MCI may be caused by another medical condition. As such, it is important for individuals with concerns about their memory or thinking seek help from a qualified healthcare professional for evaluation, diagnosis and possible treatment. (Source: Alzheimer’s Association)
Senior Adults Specialty Research is currently conducting clinical trials of investigational medications for the treatment of mild cognitive impairment. Qualified participants will receive all research related care and study medication at no cost.
If you or a loved one is interested in applying to participate in a clinical trial or schedule a memory screening, please contact us at (512) 407-8628.