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I want to share something  very interesting  with all of you. Earlier today Wendy and I attended a marketing meeting which unbeknown to us also featured a guest speaker. This speaker turned out to be so dynamic and impressive that I felt obligated to share her information. The speaker was P.K. Beville, founder of the Virtual Dementia Tour and Second Wind.  To be perfectly honest, neither of us had ever heard of her or of the Virtual Dementia Tour.  Imagine  with all our  years of  experience as Speech-Language Pathologists working with adults, primarily seniors and geriatrics in long term care, sub acute  facilities, and hospitals, having never heard of P.K. Beville’s Virtual Dementia Tour. I am confident we are not alone, and that is why I am compelled to share this information!

Her training program simulates what an individual experiences everyday when battling Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia. It is truly fascinating!  I strongly encourage all of you to visit her site and watch some of her videos. I know you will have a completely different outlook and be even more thankful for good brain health!

http://www.secondwind.org

Posted on December 2, 2010, in Ageing, Aging, Alzheimer's, Alzheimer's Disease, Anti Alzheimer's, Anti Alzheimer's Disease, anti-aging, baby boomer, Baby Boomer Activities, baby boomers, Baby Boomers Activities, Brain, brain fitness, Brain Food, Brain Foods, brain health, Brain Plasticity, Build Brain Power, cognition, cognitive reserve, Dementia, executive function, exercise, health, health and wellness, Health benefits of spices, Healthy Aging, Healthy Eating, healthy heart, Healthy Living, Healthy spices, heart, Improve brain function, Improve Memory, Improve Thinking Skills, judgement, judgment, Longevity, memory, Memory Loss, Mental fitness, Mental Stimulation, Prevent Memory Loss, problem solving, reasoning, Senior Activities, Senior Fitness, senior health, Spices, Spices for brain health, thought flexibility and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

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