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Boost Your Brain and Memory series starts April 11
adrc aging disability resource center

MONROE — Research has confirmed that people of all ages — even those in their 80s — can improve cognitive function and even reduce their risk of Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias through certain lifestyle behaviors.

The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is now taking registrations for its next series of a program called, Boost Your Brain and Memory. Boost Your Brain and Memory is a program developed by Mather Lifeways: Institute on Aging. This program uses a unique, whole-person approach to brain fitness, providing residents with healthy practices that can help them remember things better, be more organized, pay closer attention, and reduce your stress — as well as reduce your risk of dementia Boost Your Brain and Memory consists of eight, 90-minute sessions that will take place on Monday’s from 12:30-2 p.m. starting April 11 and ending on May 23. The class will be held virtually via Zoom. This class is free of charge but pre-registration is necessary.

To learn more or to register for the workshop, contact the ADRC at 608-426-4295 or email