You’re building a reserve of brain cells when you’re active. - Marilyn Albert, Ph.D. Director of the Johns Hopkins Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, Professor of Neurology, Johns Hopkins University & Spokesperson for the Alzheimer’s Association
All of us need a destination when we arise in the morning. BrainSavers classes, led by certified instructors, provide that destination. Stimulating and fun activities done with family and friends keeps you engaged and contributes to brain health. The scientific study of socialization demonstrates that memory loss is delayed in older Americans who remain socially integrated. At BrainSavers you will meet interesting individuals and make new friends. You will find yourself smiling with the knowledge that you are building brain & body strength. Participants learn of and are encouraged to participate in the World Brain Gym with its myriad of socially engaging activities.