As we care for those aging around us or consider the time of life that is upon us, the prospect of memory loss can be mysterious, uncertain, and even frightening.
King’sBridge is honored to welcome Linda Sasser, Ph.D. in an educational and hopeful presentation on maintaining and improving brain function and memory health as we age.
A national speaker with a passion for educating and motivating people to fully utilize their brain’s potential, Dr. Sasser will give us vital information, such as
How your brain changes with age
Lifestyle practices to help maintain brain function
How memory works and easy-to-use strategies for improving yours
Join us for a night exploring a healthy memory that is sure to both inform and entertain!
Healthy Memory, Healthy Brain
Wednesday, July 24th at 6:30 p.m.
King’sBridge Retirement Center Pavilion
3055 Briarcliff Road Northeast
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
This event was a resounding success!
Read all about it in our upcoming article:
"Can We Delay the Effects of Dimensia?"
About Dr. Linda Sasser – Brain & Memory Health
Linda earned her Ph.D. from the University of Colorado, where she conducted her dissertation research on memory. As a professor on both the graduate and undergraduate faculty of Wheaton College and Judson University, she taught educational and cognitive psychology, among other courses. For her sabbatical research, she conducted a national survey on brain health.
As a national speaker Dr. Sasser presents on topics including brain fitness, maximizing memory and productivity, using memory to write memoir, and enhancing emotional intelligence. BE! Brain Enrichment, her curriculum to help people learn about brain health and improve their cognitive skills, is being taught at numerous senior living communities and centers throughout the country. In 2019 she published her book, Brain SENSE: A Guide and Workbook to Keep Your Mind and Memory Sharp, which is available on Amazon.
Through her business, Brain and Memory Health, Dr. Sasser exercises her passion for educating and motivating people to fully utilize their brain’s potential.