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"Start by doing what’s necessary, then what’s possible,
and suddenly you are doing the impossible."
Saint Francis of Assisi

 

Learn how to create a memory fitness plan that becomes part of your daily routine.  Positive attitude, paying attention, your lifestyle choices, and upgrading your memory fitness routine are just a few of the key components. "Start by doing what’s necessary, then what’s possible,  and suddenly you are doing the impossible." Saint Francis of Assisi

 

MEMORY FITNESS MATTERS

Spend a lot of time looking for misplaced items? Forgot why you went into a room? Have trouble thinking of a specific word? Cannot recall a person’s name? Lose your train of thought? Want to learn more effective memory strategies?  Interested in developing a good brain workout? Join us for an interesting, inspirational and informative program. A man’s real possession is his memory. In nothing else is he rich.  In nothing else is he poor.  Alexander Smith

 

ATTITUDE MATTERS

Learn how your attitude impacts your life and what some older adults are saying about successful aging. Join us for some thoughts on how to stay young at heart! The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter their life by altering their attitude of mind. William James

 

HUMOR AS A STRESS BUSTER

Learn ways to reduce the negative effects of stress, boost your immune system, increase your attention, concentration and memory skills, improve communication and build relationships. Join us for an informative and interesting presentation that will help you create more ways to lighten up your days! The most wasted day is that in which we have not laughed. Chamfort

 

MEMORY STRATEGIES

Memory props are essential. If you want to maximize your memory, it is usually easier if you do things in your prime time. Repetition is an excellent way to develop your ability to focus. Visualization is a powerful tool. Be like a postage stamp - stick to one thing until you get there. Josh Billings

 

THE IMPACT OF MULTITASKING ON YOUR ABILITY TO REMEMBER:
STRATEGIES MATTER

With the many wonders of the 21st century came not only more pressure to multitask but information overload. We think we are multitasking when we are really switching back and forth between tasks. Research supports that this type of pattern not only increases stress and errors but results in taking more time to get something accomplished. Learning your patterns and developing strategies to handle the negative aspects of interruptions can help to improve your focus, recall and bring some balance back to your busy life. Desire to have things done quickly prevents their being done thoroughly. Confucius

 

LISTENING AND THE ART OF PAYING ATTENTION 

Paying attention is one of the most important steps in improving your ability to recall information.
With the many wonders of the 21st century came not only more pressure to multitask but information overload. Now it is no longer the older generations complaining about their memory frustrations. Understanding the patterns that interfere with your ability to focus and devising appropriate strategies can improve not only your recall but also bring some balance back to your busy life. If I have ever made any valuable discoveries, it has been owing more to patient attention than any other talent. Isaac Newton

                                
UPGRADE YOUR MEMORY FITNESS ROUTINE: LEARN WAYS TO CHALLENGE YOUR BRAIN

Brain fitness is a key concern of all ages. Research supports the fact that challenging your brain is an important component of successful aging. Understanding the basics for memory fitness is important for maximizing our daily memory fitness. This program expands your knowledge on ways to support cognitive vitality through the decades of your life. Learn ways to upgrade your current routine and increase the ways to challenge your brain with new activities.  I am still learning.  Michelangelo


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ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS

Life Planning For A Successful Retirement: More than Just Your Finances

Successful Living:  Choices along the Journey 

Improve the Quality of Your Days: Listening and Paying Attention Matter

Forgetfulness and Busyness: Taking Charge of Your Life

Simplify Your Life: Create the Life You Want

How Setting Boundaries Can Help Your Memory: Tools to Help You Handle Your Daily Schedule

Making Healthier Lifestyle Choices: Quality of Life Counts!

Successful Aging When Hearing is a Problem: Tips for Effective Communication

Making the Most of Your Visit to the Doctor: How to Make a Difference! 

 

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