Please Join me in the Minnesota Memory Project – STEP UP and BE PROACTIVE!

Please Join me in the Minnesota Memory Project

It’s time to STEP UP and BE PROACTIVE!

So you might be asking what the Minnesota Memory project is all about? Well let me give you some basic information and then you can go to their website and check it out for yourself or pick up the phone and give them a call. They would love to talk with you personally. I am a participant in the study and will writing about my experience in future blogs. My goal in doing this is to remove the fear of participating in these studies as they are critical in collecting data in order to present making changes for the future.

The Minnesota Memory Project gathers health history and lifestyle information that may be associated with aging and caregiving. By joining the Minnesota Memory Project you will be contributing vital information that will help advance research efforts related to memory health. Your participation could help us improve diagnosis of memory loss, identify lifestyle changes that prevent memory loss and better understand the effects of caregiving on health and memory. Residents of states other than Minnesota are welcomed to participate.

Who can participate?

1. Adults who are 55 years and older

2. Adults with diagnosed memory loss who are 40 years and older

3. Adults providing care for someone with memory loss

Here is information to contact the Minnesota Memory Project


The Alzheimer’s Research Center is collecting the data for the Minnesota Research Project.

 Here is their contact information:


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