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Home Sweet Brain Health?

Why? Because brain health begins at home! If you are interested in reducing your risk for Alzheimer’s Disease this is the talk to attend. Tonight Gracepoint Church is hosting a panel to discuss brain health in the community. In this talk, you will discover how your brain works and how it can improve. As well as learning about community resources to boost your brain health. In addition, identify the warning signs of declining brain health.

Boost Your Brain Health

First of all I believe personal habits can boost brain health. As a result your default habits may predict risk factors for Alzheimer’s. Think of habits as “the path of least resistance.” Try these two experiments after reading this article.

  1. Use your non-dominant hand 
  2. Take each step with your non-dominant foot

If you are like most individuals you will find yourself using your dominant hand. In effect your actions are out of habit. It takes awareness and practice to boost your brain health. In the four years since developing the Brain Fit Now System action is how you boost brain health. Experts now focus on nutrition, exercise, social connection, learning, and reducing stress. Tonight I’ll be talking about how to use the Brain Fit Now System that uses neighborhood and community resources to boost your brain health. Why? because brain health begins at home.

Join Us And Learn About

Wednesday, November 02, 2016, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

* Your brain’s ability to change & IMPROVE

* Ways to BOOST your brain fitness

* Risk Factors & EARLY WARNING SIGNS of cognitive decline

Speakers include:

Mario Garrett, PhD, Professor of Gerontology at SDSU

Judi Bonilla, Author, “Freewheeling After Sixty” & creator of the Brain Fit Now Program

Matthew Parcasio, Outreach & Education, Aging & Independent Services, County of SD

Contact Rick Hust at rick@gracepointsd.com

 

Judi Bonilla author of Freewheeling after Sixty and Director of Program Innovation at Advocates For Aging. Judi spoke at South by Southwest, the American Society on Aging, and Certified Senior Advisors conferences. Previously she was a fellow for Hispanic In Philanthropy and Senior Service America, Inc. She received a Special Commendation from the City of San Diego for the inaugural Older Driver Awareness Week. In addition, the Association of Travel Instruction honored her with the Jack Gorelick Achievement Award for her commitment to the growth of the profession of travel instruction.

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