US Against Alzheimer’s Is Offering A Free Confidential Memory Questionnaire By BrainGuide (AD)

Are you concerned about brain health?

Alzheimer’s disease is the third leading cause of death in the United States. It’s crucial that all Americans understand how their brain works—and what can be done to keep it healthy!

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The BrainGuide helps people of all ages and from all communities understand brain health and Alzheimer’s disease and empower them to take action.

Click HERE to visit the BrainGuide to take Questionnaire!

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A 10 minute memory questionnaire can help you or a loved on. When you complete the questionnaire, they will send you tailored resources based on the answers you gave.

BrainGuide offers, “two memory questionnaires: one to take for yourself, and another for someone you care about. Each questionnaire takes less than ten minutes to complete. When you’re done, we’ll send you tailored resources based on the answers you gave us. All your responses are confidential.”

Click HERE to visit the BrainGuide to take Questionnaire!

BrainGuideTM created by UsAgainstAlzheimer’s is considered to be a ‘first-of-its-kind platform that empowers people with knowledge and resources to take the best next steps in managing their own or a loved one’s brain health.

Click HERE to visit the BrainGuide to take Questionnaire!

BrainGuide helps people get started with confidence, wherever they are, in their brain health journey.

Click HERE to visit the BrainGuide to take Questionnaire!

Users can take a confidential memory questionnaires – taken over the phone or online in English or Spanish – followed by tailored education and resources based on the answers provided.

The memory questionnaire can be self-administered or taken by a caregiver. The memory questionnaires do not provide a diagnosis.

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