Join University of Illinois Extension Family Life Educators for a series about memory change and aging, including tips and strategies to lessen everyday forgetfulness.

Thursdays,
May-June

2:00 – 3:00pm

Online / register here

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

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..

For more information, contact Karla Belzer kbelzer@illinois.edu

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.