Sao Paulo
Tue, Mar 30, 2021, 8:30 PM (GMT-3)

Sao Paulo

This event, organized by Aging 2.0, USP 60+ (University of São Paulo for Older Adults), and Ativen, will focus  measures / actions that can be implemented that will lessen the effects that loneliness derived from lock down has had on various cognitive aspects of older adults. Memory loss, anxiety, sleeping problems are just some of the most apparent consequences, but there are many other behaviors that are quite troublesome and may affect the quality of life not only now, but in the future as well, and in some cases, even trigger serious illness. What to do daily? Is there a healthier routine? Daily physical activities? Healthy, balanced eating? Promoting digital literacy?

What is the efficacy of games to improve cognition? The speakers are Profs Egidio Dorea, coordinator of USP 60+, and also a director of Aging2.0 São Paulo; Monica Yassuda, Director, and head of EACH (USP University); Thais Lima de Silva, gerontologist, and member of the Cognitive Neurology of the 60+ Research Group at USP.  

Keynote Speaker


  • Thais Lima da Silva

    Thais Lima da Silva

    USP (University of São Paulo)



Tuesday, Mar 30
8:30 PM - 9:30 PM (-03)

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