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Healthy Aging

On how to avoid the burden of age.

Educating people who are still at an age where they can manage the effects of aging on their bodies can be particularly beneficial for them

Through this educational program, we aim that people at this stage of life begin to change their behavior so that they can more easily manage the effects of aging on the body and mind.

Participants will gain general and detailed knowledge about the effects of aging on the brain and will be able to take steps to delay the effects of aging, or to enable better management of cognitive and brain resources.

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About the program

The program is delivering the latest scientific discoveries from a Neuropsychological, Neuroscience and Neurobiological perspective on the aging process.

A very important in-depth view of the cognitive changes that occur in neurodegenerative disorders will give participants a detailed perspective on what is changing in the human brain during the last part of human life.

The psychical changes that occur starting from 45 years of age, will impact the life of elderly individuals. What is changing and how we can prepare to delay those changes? this is a question that will find answers in this webinar.
The aging process presents an opportunity to discover what one can do starting from the early stages.
We know that the physical, emotional, and psychological changes that come with aging can be challenging and daunting. That’s why we’re here to provide comprehensive informations that explore the impact of aging, 

We strive to be a resource that helps you navigate the changes associated with aging and encourages you to live life to the fullest.

Our program is designed to provide the necessary tools to help you make meaningful, lasting adjustments and to help you get the most out of life.

What you will discover

Models of Healthy Aging :

Theoretical Frameworks.

Explaining Inter-Individual Differences.
Statistics of Conditions Emerging After the Age of 75.

Aging as a Normal Physiological Process:

What Does Normal Aging Mean.

What Does Pathological Aging Mean.
Signs and Symptoms of Pathological Aging.
Risk Factors.
Components of Pathological Aging.


Primary Changes.
Cognitive Issues.
Anatomic Brain Reserve.

Cognitive Brain Reserve.

Cognitive Plasticity.


Normal Emotional Changes in Adulthood.

Pathological Changes.
Available Interventions.

The Body:

Changes Occurring in the Body.
Changes in Vision, Hearing, and Gait.

Prevention and Intervention from a Neuroscience, Neuropsychological Perspective.

Inter-Individual Differences in Rehabilitation and Training.

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