PULLMAN, Wash. - Pullman Regional Hospital Center for Learning & Innovation has partnered with Washington State University’s Cognitive Aging and Dementia Laboratory to offer Brain Fitness Intervention to Improve Brain Health or BFIT.
BFIT uses cognitive and functioning intervention techniques to improve brain health for those 40 and older. The classes offer education, training and problem-solving skills to improve engagement in preventative health behaviors that will improve cognitive function and reduce risk of dementia.
The classes are part of a study to examine the value of brain health interventions on cognitive functioning, activities of daily living, social support and quality of life for healthy older adults.
The seven-week program begins on February 23rd. All sessions are full but names will be placed on the wait list for the next available session.
For more information, call (509) 335-4033.
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