Cognitive health — the ability to think clearly, learn, and remember — is a vital aspect of overall health and longevity. As we age, many of our cognitive abilities can start to decline. Cognitive decline during the aging process is typical, but cognitive impairment doesn’t have to be and there are steps you can take to keep your mind sharp. Quarterly meetings with a cognitive health coach will help keep the brain on track while staving off cognitive decline that comes with aging. Your cognitive health coach will also help you develop and implement strategies to measure, self-track, and train your cognitive skills every day. These sessions are designed to keep the brain functioning sharply, allowing you to keep doing the things you love for years to come.
- Improve overall brain health.
- Identify values and establish goals.
- Learn problem-solving strategies.
- Increase attention and concentration.
- Improve memory.