Maintain Your Brain
Dementia Risk Reduction & Life After Diagnosis

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What Are You Doing Now? What Could Be Changed?
An in-depth discussion with Teepa on how to maintain your brain, reduce your risk and also how to live well even with the diagnosis of dementia.
Why Should We Change
Activities to Stay Mentally & Physically Fit - Use What You Still Have & Get the Right Help!
Raising The Activity Level
Engagement with active groups, for example dancing or word games, to understand that the most important part is not to learn new things but to manipulate and use them so…
Lowering The Numbers
Who Gets Dementia?
  • ANYONE can get it
  • Risk goes UP with AGE
  • BOTH Women & Men
  • All ethnic groups
  • All cultures
  • YOU can make a difference in when and…

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