Dementia Prevention


  • 1 in 5 people suffer from neurological disorders

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  • 1 in 4 people experience serious cognitive decline by age 65

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  • 7 in 10 people with hearing loss will experience other cognitive decline

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  • 1 in 2 seniors will suffer Alzheimer's or dementia symptoms by age 85

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  • 1 in 7 people between ages 18 and 39 already complain of memory problems

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  • 1 in 6 adults is on a psychiatric drug

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  • The average attention span 20 years ago was 12 seconds; today, it is roughly half of that.

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Dementia Prevention Classes


These are only a handful of the statistics that should concern us – all of us – about our health and capacity for living a full, independent, enriching life as we age.

Fortunately, the solutions to slow down or possibly end this devastating decline are now available to you in this year-long offering in my partnership with the American Brain Council.

In this new series of class, you’ll learn ways of optimizing your brain’s capacities, health and functional abilities. As a results, you’ll learn how to make your mind and memory become sharper and clearer. You’ll learn how to process new knowledge faster, remember names, faces and retrieve information quicker. This, in turn, can help you sleep better and worry less.

It’s time to learn how to build a better brain!

Introductory Classes


Most introductory classes will take place on the second Tuesday of every month (please see below for the upcoming schedule and registration information).

Below is the order of classes:

  • What is the connection between hearing loss and our brains?
  • General causes of dementia: Can it be slowed or even reversed?
  • The Brain Healthy Lifestyle
  • Physical activity for a healthier brain
  • How to get the sleep your brain needs
  • New ideas on how to stimulate our brains and what are we doing to reduce this stimulation?

Classes will begin again every six months. You do not have to enroll in the full program to attend a class. If you choose not to move forward, then hopefully you will get good information on dementia and hearing.

For people who want to participate in the full-year program, these classes are introductory and you can sign up for the full-year program after.

Come join me in learning how to increase our cognitive abilities!

Schedule of Upcoming Classes

  • July 14, 2020 What is the connection between hearing loss and our brains?
  • August 11, 2020General causes of dementia: Can it be slowed or even reversed?
  • September 15, 2020The Brain Healthy Lifestyle
  • October 13, 2020Physical activity for a healthier brain
  • November 10, 2020How to get the sleep your brain needs
  • December 8, 2020New ideas on how to stimulate our brains and what are we doing to reduce this stimulation

Register for a Class


Introductory Classes