SHARPEN YOUR MIND
Are you retired?
Retiring from work does not mean retiring from life. In fact, experts recommend that individuals who retired should have a plan in place to keep their brain active and engaged. This includes taking classes or engaging in activities that challenge the mind and provide social interaction.
Our program offers an opportunity for individuals in retirement to do just that through the use of strategy games that promote critical thinking and social interaction in a supportive and enjoyable environment. Don't let retirement be the end of mental stimulation – join us and keep your mind sharp.
If brain cells are not used, they may begin lose function. However, it is never too late to improve your brain and enhance cognitive function.
What we do
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Learn, play, socialize
Staying mentally and socially active is crucial for a healthy lifestyle.
There are several strategies that can help you enhance your cognitive abilities and improve your brain function. For example, regular physical activity has been shown to improve brain function and increase the production of neurotransmitters, which are chemicals that transmit signals in the brain. Most people are aware of the importance of being active physically.
More and more people become aware of the importance of learning new things to enhance their cognitive abilities. Participating in activities that challenge the brain can improve cognitive function. In addition, socializing and interacting with others can also help to keep the brain active and engaged.
Our courses provide both mind-stimulating activities and social interaction. To meet these goals, our strategy is to play together! Our small groups meet together with a highly-experienced facilitator who leads the group through interactive strategy games. In these activities participants collaborate with or compete against each other. Our games are simple to understand, fun to play, and mentally stimulating.
The courses are facilitated in-person and online.
Note: while these strategies can help improve brain function, they are not a guarantee of improved brain function and may not work for everyone.