Cognitive Cross-Training: Your Role in Delaying or Preventing Age-Related Declines in Memory and Health


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Although most individuals believe that age-related declines in memory are inevitable, recent clinical studies suggest that certain cognitive processes can be maintained and improved with lifestyle cross-training. Individuals play a very important role in maintaining the overall health of their brain and body. This course will emphasize that chronological age may be “just a number”, and will identify behaviours that we can adopt in our everyday lives that will keep our brains fit and may reduce the risk of age-related diseases such as dementia.

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