Tune into this Brain Health Series by AARP and the Alzheimer's Association for Brain Health Month

Posted on 05/31/24 by Adrian Ramos

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This June and in honor of Brain Health Awareness Month, AARP Massachusetts has teamed up with the Alzheimer's Association for a special education series about Alzheimer's disease and brain health. Sign up to learn more about the links between diet, sleep, exercise, and brain health. Each online session is about 30 minutes and is available for sign up at no cost..

June 25 | Movement to Support Your Brain & Body | Online
In this session, Jazmin Averbuck, MS and Exercise Specialist, will discuss good exercise habits and how to maximize the benefits of your daily movements. Sign up by clicking here.

Note: These webinars are part of a series presented by the Alzheimer's Association. This is not solely hosted by AARP , and any information you provide to the Alzheimer's Association will be governed by its privacy policy.

Past Recorded Webinars

Ask the Alzheimer’s Expert: A Conversation With Dr. Andrew Budson About Normal Aging and Dementia.
Learn the signs of dementia and what to do if you're worried about memory loss in yourself or a loved one. Plus, learn about risk factors for dementia, treatment options, and brain health.
Dr. Budson is a neurologist and researcher at Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System and associate director of the Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. He also has appointments at Boston University School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School. 

A Conversation with an Alzheimer's specialist: Dr. Andrew Budson, M.D.

Preventing Brain Injury is a Life-Long Endeavor
Doreen Grasso from the Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island will discuss brain injury prevention throughout the continuum of life. This is especially important as we age, for the risk of traumatic brain injury increases amongst older Americans.

Preventing Brain Injury is a Lifelong Endeavor

Healthy Cooking on a Budget
Registered Dietitian Alison Dvorak provides practical tips for healthy cooking on a budget. We’ll cover shopping, menu-planning and meal preparation and learn to prepare Mediterranean Salad with Whole Grain Orzo

(Brain) Healthy Cooking on a Budget with Registered Dietician: Alison Dvorak

Sleep Hygiene: Tips for a Better Night's Rest | Online
A Discussion with Kristen McGhee, a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist, about how to improve your sleep for better health.

Sleep Hygiene: Tips for a Better Night’s Sleep. Hosted by AARP & the Alzheimer's Association




Note: These webinars are part of a series presented by the Alzheimer's Association. This is not solely hosted by AARP , and any information you provide to the Alzheimer's Association will be governed by its privacy policy.

For more about Brain Health with AARP, click here to go to the AARP Brain Health Center. The AARP Brain Health Resource Center provides information to help you understand brain health and build awareness through research, reports and tips.

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