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Discover Brain Health Webinar Series- 2 Heads are Better than One

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Discover Brain Health Webinar Series- 2 Heads are Better than One

Join University of Illinois Extension Family Life Educators for a series all about memory change and aging, including tips and strategies to lessen everyday forgetfulness. 

All sessions offered 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. CDT.  Please make adjustments to participate in your correct time zone.

No cost to participate!

CPDU's for Teachers and CEU's for Health Care Professionals available.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE CEU'S FOR EACH SESSION, please register and pay for CEU's at this link: geroed.com

May 28 - Two Heads are Better than One

Maintaining social connections is one of several things you can do to contribute to your own brain health.  Come and learn a bit about the aging brain, and what you can do to keep your brain engaged. 

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