Brain health and dementia, reduce your RISK now
December 3 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm AEDTFREE
What are you doing to maintain your brain’s health for healthy ageing and your future wellbeing? Why is it important to proactively manage early dementia symptoms?
This webinar provides education on maintaining brain health and wellbeing to prolong your ability to make important life decisions as you age.
As we age we should be alert to signs of the many forms of cognitive impairment, including dementia. Impairment can reduce a person’s independence, autonomy, purposefulness and meaning in life.
The webinar will overview indications from our practice work and research on habits and lifestyles that either HARM HEALTHY AGEING or REDUCE THE RISK of developing dementia or similar conditions.
The webinar is recommended especially to people aged 55 or older, whether living in their own home, retirement villages, nursing homes or other facilities. Children of these adults should also become aware of steps to take now to support their parents to age well.
Attendees will learn from Shannon Chin 8 things everyone needs to know about brain health along with practical, simple and easy takeaways that they can implement immediately.
Shannon Chin, Fit Minds Australia: What you need to know about brain health to age well
Dr Jane Lonie, Autonomy First Lawyers: Dementia, what helps: a personal perspective
How to book
Website event link: https://bit.ly/bookbrainhealth
Call: 1300 56 18 19