How Well Will You Age?

Want to know how you are doing on the road to aging well? Take our Quiz and see what your risk of developing dementia and frailty is based upon your current lifestyle.

Learn areas where you can improve upon today to enhance how well you will age and minimize the risk of dementia and frailty with this scientifically-validated prediction quiz.

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Estimated time to complete the quiz: 5 minutes

 

About this Quiz

This 11 question quiz features a partial selection of questions from Plan Well Guide’s scientifically-validated Preparedness for the Future diagnostic questionnaire, which is a central feature of the Guide to Enhancing. The questions selected for this quiz are centered around health and lifestyle attributes that are predictors of future dementia and frailty.

Quiz results are for your eyes only and are not saved by Plan Well Guide.

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About Plan Well Guide

Plan Well Guide is a one-stop proactive life planning company that seeks assist people in their life journey to and across the finish line and beyond. We have created evidence-based products and services that aim to help people realize a high-quality and long life, support them through serious illness, help them end well, and leave a positive legacy behind. We start by helping people ‘fall in love with their future self’ and use an approach to changing behavior that is grounded in theory and empirical evidence and loaded with evidence-based practices to change behavior and achieve better health outcomes.

Our team is led by Dr. Daren Heyland, Dr. Jeffrey Steed and Jonathan Low PhD(c). Dr Daren Heyland is a General Internist, Critical Care doctor, and a Professor of Medicine at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario Canada. Dr. Jeffrey Steed is a family doctor with an interest and passion for improving health through lifestyle modification. Jonathan Low PhD(c) completed his undergraduate degree in Public Health (Epidemiology), his master’s degree in Exercise Physiology and is on the tail end of finishing his PhD in Clinical Exercise Metabolism.

“To live well, age well, and die well, you need to Plan Well”