Brain Health

Brain Health 

Maximizing cognitive ability and brain health is increasingly a priority for aging societies as the number of people with cognitive limitations and mental health issues continues to rise. New approaches, tools, and services are needed to increase awareness, reduce stigmas, improve prediction, speed diagnosis, enhance treatment and support caregivers.

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Organizations to Watch:

  • De Hogeweyk aka Dementia Village
  • Dementia Friendly America
  • Dementia Society of America
  • Stanford Center on Longevity, Mind Division
  • Music and Memory
  • Alzheimer’s Foundation of America
  • Project We Forgot
  • Memory Bridge
  • The Buck Institute
  • Global Council on Brain Health, a collaborative from AARP
  • RCI REACH (Resources Enhancing Alzheimer’s Caregiver Health)
  • Memory Cafe
  • Dementia Alliance International
  • Baycrest Health Sciences—Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation
  • Global Brain Health Institute, UCSF + Trinity College, Dublin

Events to Attend: 

  • Alzheimer’s Association International Conference
  • Cognitive Aging Conference
  • Memory Care Forum, Institute for the Advancement of Senior Care
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment Symposium, Mount Sinai
  • World Congress on Advances and Innovations in Dementia

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