Enhance Your Brain Health: Online Series
Is your brain feeling sluggish from social distancing?
Join experts from Banner Alzheimer’s Institute for this 3-part series to learn about what’s normal and what’s not when it comes to brain aging, what you can do to reduce your risk of developing dementia, and how you can keep your memory and thinking in top shape.
Wed, June 3rd: Normal Aging vs. Dementia: I keep forgetting where I left my car keys - is this normal? Dr. Steven Rapcsak will discuss what changes we should expect as our brains age.
Wed, June 10th: Can Dementia be Prevented?: Developing dementia is one of the biggest concerns people have as they age. While there is not a magic pill that will keep you from getting Alzheimer’s disease, there are key aspects of medical and lifestyle management that are essential to brain health and prevention of cognitive decline. Join Dr. Allan Anderson to learn more!
Wed, June 17th: Give Your Brain a Workout: Keeping your brain active is an important aspect of reducing risk of cognitive decline. Dr. Dev Ashish will discuss brain fitness programs, what you can do to stimulate your brain, enhance brain function, and adjust or compensate for areas where one might have memory difficulties.
Registration is 3 for 1! Register once and have access to all three sessions. Attend any or all that fit your interest and calendar.
In order to participate in this event, you must have an internet connection, a computer and/or a phone.
Registration is FREE but required to obtain the Skype Login Information and phone number. Skype information will be sent to registrants prior to the event.