Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body: Grow It, Move It, Play It, Eat It
HealthTeam Advantage announces the Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body | 2023 Series

At any age, there are lifestyle habits we can adopt to help maintain or even potentially improve our  health. These habits may also help to keep our brains healthy as we age and possibly delay the onset  of cognitive decline.  

The programs will be offered in person in January, February, March and April at the JR Kernodle Senior Center, 1535 S Mebane St, Burlington, NC 27215. All programs will be from 11AM - 12:30 PM.

Based on the Alzheimer's Association's program Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body each program will include expert speakers, an interactive presentation, and time for discussion.  

1/18/23   Grow It || Catherine Crowder, Horticultural Therapist - Engaging the five senses

2/15/23  Move It || Eric Reiss, Tai Chi Instructor - Tai Chi and meditation 

3/15/23 Play It || Randi Lee, Board Certified Music Therapist - Music, the mind, and memory

4/19/23 Eat It || Deborah Whitaker with UNCG's Recipe for Success - Cooking demonstration

Programs are open to the general public and individuals and families affected by dementia. Registration is required and a box lunch will be offered at the end of each program courtesy of HealthTeam Advantage. Certificates of Attendance are available upon request.
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