Conference: Brain Health Day

SharpBrains and the American Society on Aging are co-producing a Brain Health Day during ASA’s West Coast Conference on Aging. It will happen on Friday, Sept 11th, at the Oakland Marriot City Center, Oakland, California. SharpBrains has all the details on planned activities, talks, registration, and more. Registered participants will even get a complementary copy of the book The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness.

Here is the description:

Since 2006, healthy aging pioneers have been actively evaluating and implementing an expanding menu of stimulating brain health programs. The American Society on Aging and SharpBrains have partnered to introduce aging professionals to the best practices in a variety of community-based and residential settings, discuss emerging trends that will affect your work in years to come, and offer you resources to understand and navigate through the growing array of options.

Brain Health Day details and registration

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