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Cognitive Fitness Program

People with “age-associated memory impairment,” or with a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or very early Alzheimer’s disease, face new challenges related to thinking, learning and remembering.

Research supports that certain memory and thinking deficits can be compensated for by engaging in specialized cognitive training. Practicing these techniques can help optimize independence, improve overall health, and maintain normal daily activity.

The Cognitive Fitness program combines facilitator-led computer-based brain stimulation exercises, compensatory strategies, education, and supportive coaching.

For an overview of Cognitive Fitness, for the program components, or for more information, click on the headings on the left sidebar of this page.

 

To download a one-page overview of Cognitive Fitness, click here.

To download a scholarship application for the Cognitive Fitness program, click here.