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Exciting scientific evidence demonstrates that some people have extra brain capacity called cognitive reserve, making it possible for them to compensate when brain damage or disease occurs. Learn what you can do to build your cognitive reserve and boost brain functioning in yourself, your family, and your clients. There is hope!
Join us to
- Describe the principles behind cognitive reserve and brain fitness
- Explain how cognitive reserve and brain fitness can protect against Alzheimer’s symptoms
- List dozens of no – cost brain fitness strategies, which can be incorporated into daily life to build cognitive reserve