Preventing Dementia and Maintaining Optimal Brain Health
16-hour Coastal Senior College course on Preventing Dementia and Optimal Brain Health beginning February 2020
I have been researching the science and speaking frequently on preventing dementia and maintaining optimal brain health for the past year. Everywhere I go, people are hungry for this hopeful information. This has led me to create a 16-hour Coastal Senior College course that will be taught at the Lincoln Home on 8 consecutive Wednesdays, 2 pm to 4 pm beginning Feb 5, 2020.
To register for the course—> Registration Email Page
To see the course description page—> Coastal Senior College Course Description page
There is much we can do to maintain Optimal Brain Health
This has led us to conduct a series of educational talks on “Preventing Dementia and Maintaining Optimal Brain Health.” What exactly is the difference between Normal Age Related Brain Changes and Mild Cognitive Impairment? Many people start worrying when they experience changes in their memory, and sometimes, people become depressed and anxious and become isolated in their concerns. However, we know that if you don’t talk about it, you can’t do anything about it. And the happy news is that there is a great deal you can do to keep your brain healthy and prevent cognitive impairment and dementia.
If you have questions: email@example.com, or 563-3350.
Information on residential care and family caregiver support
Our staff at the Lincoln Home are expert providers of professional, compassionate and loving residential care for people with all stages of diminished brain health, cognitive impairment, and dementia. More information on safe and secure memory care at Harbor View Cottage–>
We also are active in the community through our “Dementia Friendly Lincoln County” initiative, working with local businesses and teaching compassionate communication skills to their employees for meeting people with cognitive impairment.
This is a “Spotlight on Seniors” presentation by Steve Raymond at the Lincoln Home on “Understanding Mild Cognitive Impairment: Scientific Evidence of Life Habit Changes that Help to Optimize Brain Health.”