Strategies for Brain Health and Optimum Aging
January 26, 2017
Guest post by Free Soul Method author Pete Sanders, Jr.
FREE Sedona Event on “Strategies for Brain Health and Optimum Aging” by top Neuroscientists
On Thursday March 16 (10:00 a.m. – 1 p.m.) at the Sedona Performing Arts Center (995 Upper red Rock Loop Rd. Sedona, AZ 86336), neurologists and brain scientists from the Spring Brain Conference will present a FREE program for ALL interested Sedona and Northern Arizona citizens and health care providers on “Brain Health and the Life Continuum,”
We all face aging and issues of maintaining and maximizing our full mental and physical health as the years go by. Come hear from top neuroscientists how to best navigate those future waters, for yourself and for your loved ones. Materials will also be available from Northern Arizona Healthcare on associated health care professionals and services available in Northern Arizona.
Sponsored by Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals of Cleveland Medical Center, and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, The Spring Brain Conference brings neuroscientists from around the United States to Sedona for their semi-annual professional conference. As part of that, they offer a Community Event to benefit the public.
The Sedona School District, Sedona Red Rock High and its Performing Arts Center, The Sedona Chamber of Commerce, and Northern Arizona Healthcare have come together to promote and fund making this Community Event possible, so those interested can attend at no cost.
Spring Brain Conferences was founded in 1989 and has met annually to:
- Facilitate communication among scientists of diverse backgrounds by organizing an annual meeting that reflects research derived from multiple fields of brain science. The purpose of the meeting is to advance the attendees’ understanding of both foundational neuroscience and advanced translational topics with the goal of improving brain health, clinical interventions and cures.
- Communicate with the general population on topics of brain health and basic science research.
- Within the larger topic of brain health, disseminate an understanding of the scientific method, brain structure and brain function to a local high school in an annual outreach program.
The Sedona Chamber of Commerce has made the 2017 Conference a Sedona Signature Event and is helping to spread the word about the Conference and the Community Event. The Sedona School District has donated the Sedona Performing Arts Center, so that the Community Event can be held in Sedona and be FREE for all those attending. Northern Arizona Healthcare has helped to cover additional expenses that could not be donated.
The Thursday, March 16th Community Event is open to all interested individuals. The 16-19 March Spring Brain Conference is for interested neuroscience professionals. See www.springbrainconferences.org for more information.