How to Keep Your Brain Young and Healthy
Mar 10, 2020 12:00 PM
Dave Parks
How to Keep Your Brain Young and Healthy

You know you need to eat right and exercise to keep your body healthy, but as you age, it’s even more important to keep your brain healthy than it is to build biceps or lose love handles.

For many older people who may be experiencing a decline in their mental and/or physical abilities, a program of long-term brain health training may improve their quality of life. And the need is pressing - according to Dave Parks, President of Home Care Assistance of Fort Worth, someone is diagnosed with some form of dementia every three seconds.

In his talk, “How to Keep Your Brain Young and Healthy," Dave will share with your members:

  • How to know when a “Senior Moment “ is something more serious
  • The role diet, exercise and social interaction play in keeping sharp
  • Common myths about aging and brain health
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