Tell us about yourself

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These are optional questions about your age, gender, location and ethnic background. Your answers won’t affect your results, but will help us understand who is using the Check-in, and identify any groups within society we need to work harder to reach.

What to expect

There are lots of factors that shape our brain health and influence our risk of developing dementia.

Sadly, many cases of dementia can’t yet be prevented. This is because our age and genetics – things we can’t change – are central to shaping our risk. But research suggests that up to 40% of cases are linked to factors we can influence, such as our diet and the things we do to challenge our brains.

This Check-in is not an assessment or any sort of diagnostic test. Instead, we’ll ask questions about your everyday life, giving you a clearer picture of what you’re already doing well and where you may be able to make improvements to benefit your brain.

All you need is your brain

At the end, you’ll see your results and personalised guidance.

The whole thing will take about 10 minutes and you don’t need anything but your brain!


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Let’s begin

Taking time for your mental wellbeing, getting a good night’s sleep and regularly challenging your brain can help protect it as you get older. There are lots of different ways to do this – it’s all about doing things you enjoy.

In this first section, we’ll ask you three questions about the things you do to stay sharp.

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Stay sharp

Brain health check-in - Stay sharp

Question 1 of 3

How often do you do activities that challenge your brain?(Required)
This could include challenging work, reading, playing games, doing puzzles, learning a language, or playing an instrument.
Why are we asking this?

Researchers think regularly challenging your brain can improve its ability to cope and keep working, even in the face of damage from diseases like Alzheimer’s.




Two more sections to go!

Spending time with family and friends can help us feel happier and more positive in general. But research suggests that staying socially active is great for our brain health too.

In this second section, we’ll ask about how you keep connected to the people around you.

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Section 2 of 3

Keep connected




Final section!

You probably know how important things like staying active and eating healthily are for your heart. But did you know the same things can help keep your brain healthy too?

This final section is all about the things you do to look after your heart.

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Love your heart


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