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- I am unable to complete study tasks because I do not have access to a computer or I am too busy right now. Will this affect my participation in the Brain Health Registry?
- I cannot complete certain study tasks because of a disability. Can I continue to participate in the Brain Health Registry?
- I don’t know how to use computers and/or I struggle with technology. Can I have someone assist me in completing study tasks in the Brain Health Registry?
- Will I get results from my brain tests?
- Can I get a copy of my answers to questionnaires?
- I’m trying to fill out a questionnaire but I don’t see an answer option that perfectly represents me. What do I do?