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Discover Brain Health Webinar Series
May 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 2:00 pm on Thursday, repeating until June 11, 2020
Join University of Illinois Extension Family Life Educators for a series about memory change and aging, including tips and
strategies to lessen everyday forgetfulness.
May 7 – Hold That Thought
This workshop will look at the memory process and what researchers say contributes to brain health, as well as strategies for helping with everyday forgetfulness.
May 14: Fit Wits
Fit Wits focuses on learning about how the brain works and lifestyle factors that may increase the chance of cognitive decline.
May 21: Head Strong
By attending the Head Strong program, you can learn more about what you can do to keep your brain healthy and engaged.
May 28: Two Heads are Better than One
Maintaining social connections is one of several things you can do to contribute to your own brain health. Come and learn a bit about the aging brain and what you can do to keep your brain engaged.
June 4: Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease
This program will help participants learn more about Alzheimer’s disease and areas affected by the disease process.
June 11: Communication Challenges and Strategies for People With Dementia
Come and learn about common communication problems caused by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias and strategies for better interactions and visits.
Thursdays, 2 PM – 3 PM CDT
From Your Home No Cost to Participate!
Free CPDU’s for teachers CEU’s for additional fee.
Register online 2 days prior to webinar at: go.illinois.edu/discoverbrainhealth
Download flyer here.
For more information, contact Karla Belzer firstname.lastname@example.org
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL, CONSUMER & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
University of Illinois | U.S. Department of Agriculture | Local Extension Councils Cooperating
University of Illinois Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment.
If you need a reasonable accommodation to attend, contact the registration email.