Keeping your brain healthy - the key to successful ageing
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Learn about brain health and what you can do to improve it.

Evidence indicates that positive lifestyle choices such as engaging in social and mentally stimulating activities are associated with successful ageing in adulthood. Many of these lifestyle choices are also linked to reducing cognitive decline. 

This webinar will explore the relationship between a healthy brain and successful ageing. Neuroplasticity and its vital role in promoting emotional and cognitive health will be discussed. The webinar will also introduce the latest tools and programs to better monitor and improve your brain health.

Key topics

  • Understand your brain and how it works
  • Key facts about Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and dementia
  • Neuroplasticity and its vital role in achieving successful ageing
  • Tips and tools to monitor and maintain your brain health

Join us for an engaging session with Dr Prem Pillay (neurosurgeon and former head of the National Brain Science Institute of Singapore), Effie Wang (Psychologist) and Dr Hannah Bradwell (digital health expert).

The event is delivered by Huru and EPIC, and is fully funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

Visit the Eventbrite web page for further information and to register a place.

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