Brain Health Matters Presentations

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Brain Health Matters Presentations2020-09-23T14:59:47+00:00


As part of our mission to educate and support families and the community, Amazing Place offers free programs about dementia and brain health, which can be presented to your group, organization, congregation or company.

The Keys to Healthy Aging

Many factors affect how well we age – our genes, our environment and our lifestyle. Our lifestyle encompasses habits that can either increase or decrease our chances of aging successfully. In this presentation, you will discover the seven key habits most directly under your control to promote healthy aging.

Worried About Your Memory? It may not be Dementia!

Many adults over 50 worry about becoming forgetful; it is natural to feel uneasy when you forget something. However, many memory lapses are simply the result of normal aging changes and not the result of dementia. In this presentation, you will learn how to distinguish the difference.

Food for Thought – How the MPN™ Program Benefits Your Brain

This presentation will provide an in-depth look at the brain-healthy nutrition program (Memory Preservation Nutrition®) being implemented at Amazing Place. This innovative evidence-based program has been shown to preserve cognitive health and help reduce the risk, delay the onset of and slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.

How the Arts are Good for Your Brain

In this presentation, you will learn about the life-giving benefits of engaging in the arts with respect to brain health and overall wellness, and discover ways to best integrate art into your own life.

It’s Time for a Brain Tune-Up

This presentation touches on important aspects from each of the above topics.

For more information, contact our Connections Director at


For more information, contact our Connections Director at

Brain Health Matters is a suite of presentations by Amazing Place professionals to help educate the community about brain-healthy lifestyles, caregiving, and dementia.

You can schedule a BHM presentation by contacting Sally Davis, Connections Director, at

Learn about our other program offerings for caregivers and health professionals.

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