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About Us

Our MemoLift program is designed with one thing in mind – to help you improve your quality of life or the lives of your loved ones. We have worked successfully with people who range in age from 6 years old to nearly 80 years old. Our computerized system is easy to learn, easy to navigate, and easy to operate.

MemoLiftprovides clinically tested cognitive technology that helps people achieve higher cognitive skills and combat memory loss. Our personalized training modules enhance key aspects of cognitive performance. MemoLift improves issues related to ADD and ADHD as well as memory loss and Alzheimer’s.

The team here at MemoLift is dedicated to combating the characteristics of ADHD, ADD, Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss, and other cognitive issues. We have an amazing support system for those who use our program. We are dedicated to helping improve memory function. We will help you fight off Alzheimer’s and improve memory.

We’re available to discuss memory loss or ADD/ADHD related characteristics. We have a very good support system in place to help you and your loved one learn more about the brain and how to improve the basic functions.

Reasons to Use MemoLift

Improve Cognitive Function

Develop and strengthen your ability to pay attention, concentration and focus. You will also enhance your memory, ability to plan your day or events, and much more.

Easily Track Your Progress

Progress is assessed and tracked every 21 days. You can take a quick look at your progress each month to see how impressive the program is and how your brain’s responses are improving.

Improve Your Brain’s Fitness

Exercising your brain is as important as exercising your body. The more exercise your brain gets, the better it responds to daily life.

Study in Your Own Home

The MemoLift system is designed to be used in your own home and in your own time. There is no pressure to finish a module at a certain time. We recommend 30 minutes a day, 3 days a week for best results.

Diagnosis and Treatment of ADD/ADHD

ADD/ADHD is now considered the most common neuro-behavioral disorder among children. It’s a very treatable disorder, but with the enormous number of treatment options widely available, how do you know which one is the most beneficial? Read More

How to Improve Memory and Prevent Memory Loss

Did you know that your brain behaves as a muscle? Like all the other muscles in your body, it also needs exercise. The brain needs to be stimulated every day; otherwise it will stagnate much like muscles can atrophy. Not using your brain effectively can make you forgetful. Read More

Age-related Memory Loss: What’s Normal And What’s Not

Everyone forgets something sometimes...those keys, that grocery list, a person's name when greeting. When we're young, it doesn't seem to matter much. When we're older, it starts mattering a little bit more, and then soon we're starting to wonder if it's normal or are we really losing our mind? Read More