Get Involved

Interested in getting involved with the Brain Health Community Registry?

We are currently looking for participants who are:

  • 18 years or older that provide care to a family member or friend who is experiencing memory changes. This includes anyone who is experiencing changes in memory such as dementia, a brain injury, or another condition.
  • 40 years or older, not experiencing memory changes, and are interested in learning about brain health.
  • 40 years or older, experiencing changes in memory, and are interested in learning about brain health. This includes anyone who is experiencing changes in memory such as dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or another condition.

Read more about what participating in the registry includes below.

To sign up, you can fill out the online survey by clicking “sign up here” below, email us at bhcregistry@nursing.wisc.edu, or call us at 608-800-2899. Enrollment typically takes around 30 minutes but can take up to 90 minutes. If you have questions or run into any problems during the process, please contact us.

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Learn More About What Joining the Registry Involves

Please read the informed consent form to learn more about the survey and our study.

Click here to access the informed consent form

Infographic showing the steps to get involved with the registery. Text reads: What does joining involve? 1. Read the informed consent form for the study. This form will give an in-depth explanation of the study and your rights as a participant. 2.Fill out the sign-up survey. You can also call or email us to sign-up for the registry. This will take between 45-90 minutes. 3.Learn about community services. We will provide you with information about local organizations and services that may be of interest to you. This portion of the registry is optional. 4.Learn about research opportunities. We will send you information about brain health studies you may be interested in participating in. 5.Participate in an annual update. Yearly, we will reach out to make sure all your information is correct and to get your feedback about your experiences with the registry. 6.Sign up for Brain Health Community Newsletters. We will send out bi-annual newsletters to with information on recent studies, brain health education, and more.