In 2017, the Washington Post published an article online titled "How to maintain, or even improve, your memory as you age" (June 3, 2017). The article outlines a few simple things that can be done to help your memory.
"Still, small thinking slip-ups are inconvenient and can sometimes be early warning signs of a more significant problem. So it’s natural to want to take mind- and memory-protective steps.
But which strategies may help us maintain or improve memory or even reduce the risk of dementia down the line? Here, what may help and what’s not supported by the science..."
The last two bullet-points on the article's list of suggestions are to challenge your brain and be more social, and LifeBio can help with both!
As an activity for seniors, the questions provided in LifeBio's books can help keep a senior's brain actively engaged through reminiscence therapy. Likewise, the LifeBio class that can be offered through nursing homes that work with the company help groups of seniors socialize over their memories.
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