Concerned about your Cognitive Fitness? We can help.
Are you concerned about your current cognitive fitness results from MyCQ? Or does a particular domain score suggest that you are in relative poor health compared to others in your age group? Don’t worry. There are a number of potential reasons for this.
If this is the first time you have taken the assessment, try taking it again, but make sure you do so in the best conditions and see if you get a better score and report.
If you get a similar score, we recommend that you:
- Follow our recommendations and begin training regularly with AquaSnap before implementing Healthy Habits into your daily routine.
- Ask for a confidential meeting with your Occupational Health Professional, or your Human Resources Director responsible for Wellbeing and discuss your results with them.
- Alternatively, you could talk to your line manager, or your own doctor; again take your cognitive fitness results with you and discuss these in confidence.
- Don’t worry. Whatever your cognitive fitness score, you can always improve it with AquaSnap training, Healthy Habits, and other interventions suggested by professional care workers.
Charity services that can help
No one should have to face a mental health problem alone. Mind supports millions of people every year through their helpline, information services and online communities. Mind also have a network of local Minds providing face-to-face services tailored to communities across England and Wales.
Whatever you’re going through, you can call Samaritans free any time, from any phone on 116 123. Samaritans are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you need a response immediately, it’s best to call us on the phone. Their number is FREE to call. You don’t have to be suicidal to call us.
The Money Advice service provides guidance across a wide range of money matters, including a number of useful tools and calculators to help people manage their money. Their focus is on supporting people who can benefit the most from our help or who are going through significant life events.
The Citizens Advice bureau provides free, confidential and independent advice to help people overcome their problems. Impartial advice can be provided to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. Citizens Advice Bureau values diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination.