"If we enter old age with better developed, healthier brains we are likely to live longer, happier and more independent lives, with a much-reduced chance of developing dementia," suggests the World Alzheimer's Report, 2014.
Healthy brain aging and living well go hand-in-hand. Join the James L. West Alzheimer's Center to learn and start implementing easy, everyday ways to have healthier and stronger brains no matter what age you are. This educational program covers the differences between normal and abnormal aging; risk factors for dementia; the head-heart connection; clinically proved ways to reduce your risk for dementia; and good memory habits. Course not eligible for discounts.
Number of Seat(s) Available: There are 11 openings remaining at this time.
|Dates:||February 23, 2017|
|Meets:||Th from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
|Instructor:||Jaime Cobb |
|Fee:|| $40.00Fee Breakdown|
Cancellations & Refund Policy
To cancel a registration, please contact TCU Extended Education at 817-257-7132 or email@example.com Unless otherwise indicated, course registrations cancelled more than one week in advance of the start of the class will be refunded 100%, less a $25.00 administrative fee. Course registrations cancelled one week or less in advance of the start of the class will not be refunded, but fees, less a $25.00 administrative fee, can be applied to another class within one year. Courses cancelled by TCU will be refunded 100%.