Assessment

Assessment is a way to discover the health condition of your body so that preventive measures can be taken. A geriatric care assessment is different from medical evaluation; well-validated tools and survey instruments for evaluating activities of daily living, strength, balance, and cognition are an important part of the geriatric assessment. We provide a geriatric-driven instrument to assess the mental, physical, emotional, functional ability and other things that determine the improvement and sustainability of their quality of life.

Did You
Know?
The Prevalence of Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) Amongst Malaysia Elderly
Hypertension
51.1%
Hypercholesterolemia
41.8%
Physical inactivity
29.8%
Diabetic
27.7%
Obesity
17.6%

Why IMM Geriatric Assessment?

World Leading Evidence-Based Innovative Technology

Intelligent Report with client-friendly chart

Gold-Standard

Geriatric assessment methodology

Solution-Driven Plan/

Follow-up Programs

Geriatric Assessment

The basic Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Instrumental ADL (IADL) are key life tasks that seniors must manage to stay safe & independent. These physical and functional abilities can be assessed through various methodologies to determine the condition of a senior. 

Functional Ability Assessment

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Objective: To determine the physical functional conditions and ability to carry out ADL and IADL

  • Subjective Questionnaires

  • Muscle Strength Test

  • Musculoskeletal assessment

  • Katz ADL Scale (if required)

  • Bathel Scale test

Cognitive Assessment

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Objective: To determine brain and cognitive functionality

  • Senso Cognitive Test

  • Smart Balance Test

  • Fall Assessment

  • Mental Health history evaluation

  • Memory Test

  • Extroversion Introversion Test

  • Geriatric Mood Scale for Depression

Health Screening

Blood Test

Objective: To determine health conditions through laboratory and physical test

  • Body Analysis & Vital Signs

  • Blood & Urine Test

  • Nutritional Screening & Assessment

  • Musculoskeletal Assessment

Balance & Falls Assessment

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Objective: To prevent falls and assess the balance/gait

  • Smart Balance Romberg Test

  • Muscle Strength Test

  • Musculoskeletal assessment

  • Tinetti Balance & Gait Evaluation

  • Get up & Go Test

Nutritional Assessment

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Objective: To prevent malnutrition or anorexia amongst seniors

  • Nutritional screening by Nutritionist

  • Nutritional health checklist

  • Laboratory test

Other Assessment

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Objective: To identify other health conditions detrimental to the daily life of seniors

  • Strength Assessment

  • Musculoskeletal Assessment

  • Basic Blood test

Tests are conducted by certified physiotherapist, nutritionist or phlebotomist.