The Brain Fitness Formula steps you through all the simple techniques to adopt to look after your memory as you get older.
A series of fascinating friendly videos show you everything you need to know to reduce your chances of developing dementia.
This course will get you results quickly when you can commit to a little bit of time each day to your individualised plan which you will develop as you progress with Laura's support. You complete it at the right pace for you. It is designed to fit around your lifestyle and commitments.
The course combines all the latest science, broken down into simple steps to follow. The Brain Fitness Formula was devised and is presented by Laura Walker, co-founder of Memory Matters CIC, a non-profit organisation that ploughs all profits in to supporting people living with dementia and their families in the community so buying this course also helps others.
If you are seeking to develop your memory skills this course will teach you all you need to know, whether you are in your retirement years or just too busy to remember things and want some practical tips.
Perhaps you are wanting support and guidance in learning how you can reduce your risk factors associated with developing dementia. This jam packed course uses results-oriented, easy, techniques presented by a passionate, down to earth & experienced mentor.
- creating an a effective brain-boosting plan to follow that will make a difference to your thinking and set you on a new path to a healthier brain.
- Dedicating time to look after your brain health in no more than 30 minute daily practice
- Learn the things you can do to reduce your dementia risk and start doing the work
- Gain clarity around diet and nutrition and your brain and learn how to plan meals for your mind
- Understand the importance of some key stages in memorising and discover effective ways to remember things better.
- Course Training Topics; fun, mind expanding, easy to follow, short web classes including a different memory exercise each week
- Memory Techniques Videos; Proven techniques to practice which enable you to remember things better
- Printable Weekly Worksheets; Created to help you follow your unique Memory Plan.
- Facebook Community; an additional dedicated group available to you where you can benefit from additional content, share experiences with other course members, access live webinars and talk to Laura.
- You will have access to the entire course forever (total of 32 videos).
- Plus, a free gift, when you sign up for this course, you will also receive our Brain Fitness inspiration newsletter which gives you weekly inspirational thoughts for a brain happy, healthy and fulfilling day.
You will need
- A computer or tablet
- Access to the internet
- A printer or a notebook and pen
- A Facebook account to access the course group
What others have been saying about this course:
Thank you so much for this course, Laura. You were so positive and reassuring. The course was very well structured, with clear information in each section of how to reduce the risk of dementia - and then guidance and suggestions on how to carry ...
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About the instructor
Laura, a trained nurse is an experienced, friendly and positive trainer who has designed many training courses over the years which she delivers to health care professionals, family carers and the general public all over the UK.
Laura is Co-founder & Director at Memory Matters South West CIC and Moments Cafe along with her sister-in-law and fellow Social Entrepreneur, Kate Smith. They are both dedicated to creating a better pathway for people with memory concerns no matter how big or small. They recently designed and set up a quirky cafe- 'Moments' in Plymouth, Devon to create a space for families to reminisce, have fun whilst the profits provide those affected by dementia timely access to much needed support right on the high street of Plymouth City Centre.
Laura and the Memory Matters team has spent the last nine years developing and delivering specialist group therapy sessions proven to slow the progression of dementia, in community settings in the South West.