What beliefs do you hold about our brains as we age? Do you, like many, think that there’s not much we can do about getting dementia? Do you worry that your parents are showing signs of it? Perhaps you believe it’s in our genes and that’s that. Or maybe you think that old people are too old to learn.
On the other hand, how mysterious is it that on a physical level someone can appear to be a lost cause – to have all the signs of someone who cannot function fully, yet through attitude and ability lives a life that is full. And how marvellous is it despite loss of brain cells due to ageing other parts of our brain make up for that loss!
With the ageing population rising, we need to become aware what increasing age brings to our families, our communities and implications for care. Understanding the myths, mysteries and marvels of the ageing brain can help prepare us and start to bring about change.
Join Brain Sparks founder, Sue Silcox in this free one-hour webinar where she will help you sort through the myths, mysteries and marvels of our ageing mind. You’ll be glad you did!