Research suggests that certain lifestyle factors such as a nutritious diet, exercise, social engagement, and mentally stimulating pursuits might help to reduce the risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease. Take action now and find out how to lower the risk by attending one of our brain health classes that are held throughout Orange County.
Memory Training: 4-Weeks to a Better Memory
Memory Training teaches individuals techniques to improve their memory in a fun, interactive classroom environment. This 2-hour, once-a-week course is designed to help those with age-related memory challenges over four weeks of lessons and beyond.
A health education program based on the latest research from the Cleveland Clinic. This class identifies six pillars of brain health, reviews age-related changes in memory and learning, explores possible risks and threats to brain health, and outlines practical steps to protect brain health and lower risk of cognitive decline.
An intensive, evidenced-based class held over two 90-minute sessions that teaches healthy brain lifestyles and tips for enhancing memory ability.
Alzheimer’s Orange County is now conducting Mind Checks via Zoom! Mind Checks are cognitive wellness screenings that help to identify possible changes in cognition and thinking in a “first-step” approach. Mind Checks create a baseline for individuals and identify those at risk for cognitive impairment. Mind Checks contribute to early detection and treatment of cognitive decline. Available by appointment. Please call 844-373-4400 to schedule a day and time most convenient for you. Click here to learn more about who and why should consider a screening.
Healthy Brain Club
Alzheimer’s Orange County is excited to partner with Healthy Brain Club, a program of Irvine Clinical Research, to provide free community education events for the public. Led by Dr. Dung Trinh, Chief Medical Officer of Irvine Clinical Research and board member of Alzheimer’s Orange County, these seminars and lectures will provide you with the latest in Alzheimer’s research and healthy living science that can help you reduce your risk of developing dementia.