Neptune Township Peak Brain Performance
Empowered Learning Transformation Centers
Empowered Learning Transformation Centers. is a healthcare technology company delivering research supported programs, in-person and virtually, that reduce cognitive decline in aging brains.
We currently offer two programs: Empowered Learning Transformation Centers
Empowered Learning Transformation Centers was established in 1995 with the backing of over seven years of dementia research and many years of design and development. The inspiration for the products we provide comes from the research of Empowered Learning Transformation Centers, clinical neuropsychologist, and is further fueled by the personal family experiences.
To give aging individuals and their families the gift of time through improved quality of life during aging.
A world where societies understand that dementia is not a natural part of aging and individuals can take action to reduce the impact of the disease.
Brain health for life.
According to the World Health Organization, “Dementia is a syndrome in which there is deterioration in memory, thinking, behavior and the ability to perform everyday activities.” Dementia is the “umbrella” category for all dementias including Alzheimer’s disease (the leading cause of dementia), vascular dementia, Lewy body dementia, and others. The Alzheimer’s Association explains many types in more detail here
While we still have much to learn about dementia, its causes, and a cure, what we do know is that it is not a normal part of aging. Our research has shown that proper cognitive exercise can impact your brain as you age in a positive way.
You may be wondering, If there’s no cure, why bother getting an assessment with a possible diagnosis? Getting an assessment when you start to notice changes in memory, confusion, or behavior is a good idea because it gives you the opportunity to do many important things, three of which are:
1. Take action with physical exercise, sleep, nutrition and cognitive exercise to maintain or increase your quality of life and maintain function as long as possible.
2. Talk with your loved ones about a care plan. This is your chance to communicate how you want the next steps to go.
3. Do all of the things you’ve always wanted to do while you are able to truly enjoy them.
Are you concerned about yourself or a loved one? There are many helpful resources online, and this one is particularly easy to understand:
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