Information Sessions on Brain Health and Cognitive Interaction

Written by Nicole Scheidl

July 26, 2011

Maintaining Brain Health as You Age, and

How Cognitive Interaction Can Help Individuals Suffering from Alzheimer’s and Other Forms of Dementia

This one hour presentation will combine a general introduction to the aging brain, brain plasticity and cognitive reserve followed by an overview of scientific research and examples of how cognitive interaction is used around the world with dementia suffers, followed by a description of the Fit Minds approach to cognitive interaction.

Presenters: Nicole Scheidl, CEO of Fit Minds, and Paul de Grandpré, COO of Fit Minds

Wednesday, August 3rd, 7pm – Portobello Manor, 691 Valin Street Orleans ON

Thursday, August 11th, 7pm – Chartwell Kanata, 20 Shirley’s Brook Drive, Kanata, ON

The information sessions are free but seating is limited so please register

by email: or call us at 613-834-7284

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