Staying fit doesn’t only mean exercising and eating healthy foods. With age, it’s important to do activities which keep our brains fit and healthy, as well as our bodies. University of Illinois Extension will offer strategies to improve and maintain brain function during free one-hour online webinars.
Register online each least two days in advance to reserve a spot. Space is limited so, early registration is suggested. Both CPDU and CEU credits options are available for a fee and should be noted at the time of registration. Look for an email confirmation after registering which provides connection details.
The series, Discover Brain Health, will be held at 2 p.m. CDT each Thursday, beginning May 7. “The interactive series is designed to understand the brain as we mature,” say Karla Belzer, U of I Extension family life educator. “Extension family life educators will offer tips and strategies to maintain and improve brain health and function, including activities to challenge the brain.”
- June 11: Communication Challenges and Strategies for People with Dementia: Discuss common communication problems caused by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia, as well as strategies for better interactions and visits.