A study partner is someone who knows you well enough to answer questions about your brain health and ability to perform day-to-day activities. For example, he/she could be a friend, caregiver, family member or spouse. He/she does not have to live with you.
Our Study Partner initiative allows you to identify and invite a study partner to join the Brain Health Registry’s Study Partner Portal.
Study partners log into the Brain Health Registry website to answer questions about you and some questions about themselves. They may also be asked to complete online brain tests.
Having the pair of you participate in the Brain Health Registry together can help us gain a more complete understanding of brain health, including information about your day-to-day functioning and quality of life. To learn more about the Study Partner Portal, please click here.
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