19 September 2009

HABIT (Health Action to Benefit Independence and Thinking) program

Taking action gives hope for those with memory loss
Mayo Clinic Alzheimer’s blog: 9 September 2009
Angela Lunde, Mayo Clinic health education outreach officer writes about her time working with people with mild cognitive impairment or early stage dementia on the 10 day HABIT (Healthy Actions to Benefit Independence and Thinking) program. The program involves daily cognitive compensation training, brain fitness activities, support groups, wellness education, and a fitness/movement program. HABIT builds on the strength that persons with mild memory problems often retain the ability to learn new habits. > read full story

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