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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 @ 11:00 AM ET

Healthy Aging Matters: Keeping Your Brain Healthy

There's a D-Word in aging. Dementia. No one wants themselves or a loved one to receive that diagnosis. But did you know that there are ways to keep your brain healthy and potentially stave off a dementia diagnosis? Join cognitive expert Katie Norris as she walks us through ways that we can keep our brains healthy and active.

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About Katie Norris

Katie Norris has been working in dementia care and brain health for twelve years after she and her family moved in with her parents to care for her mother who had Lewy Body Dementia. Not only was Katie a care partner for her mother, but she was also dealing with decades of trying to treat her multiple mental illnesses with all the doctors, therapists, and medications, but only getting worse and worse. Katie started teaching dementia care to family care partners and over time expanded her coaching to also include brain healthy living.

Katie Norris is a Primal Health Coach, Amen Clinics Brain Health Coach, The Ready State Mobility Coach, Z-Health Practitioner, and she became the first AMI Montessori in Dementia Care Practitioner in the world. She is the primary author of Creative Connections in Dementia Care®: Engaging Activities to Enhance Communication and is featured in the book “The Joy of Movement” by Dr. Kelly McGonigal. Katie is also the co-founder of the Carolyn L. Farrell Foundation for Brain Health and is a Unitarian Universalist Community Minster.