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Eastmont Presents... Your brain is what makes you, you. Are you doing everything you can to take care of it? As you age, it’s important to treat your brain like any other muscle and exercise it frequently! The good news is, brain exercise comes in endless forms, so you can choose whichever methods you like best. From creative activities like art and music, to cooking with brain-fueling superfoods, to trying a new stretch or meditation, it’s easy to find ways to Build a Better Brain! Join us for a series of fun, educational, brain-boosting virtual events this fall! Dr. Linda Sasser “Brain SENSE” October 20 | 2 p.m. | Online via Zoom™ “Thanks for the Memory” October 22 | 2 p.m. | Online via Zoom™ Our national presenter Dr. Linda Sasser is a renowned author, speaker and educator who has been studying the issues impacting brain and memory health for over three decades. Using her own published curriculum, she will help you find new ways to optimize your brain health and maintain cognitive vitality. PAST WEBINARS Dr. Julie Masters: “Aging with Intention” When you RSVP to past webinars, we will send you a link to the recordings. Dr. Julie Masters is a gerontology professor and the Terry Haney Chair of Gerontology at UNO. In her “Aging with Intention” talk, she will teach you how to maintain a more optimistic outlook on the ups and downs of getting older. As long as you take care of yourself and stay physically and mentally engaged, age is nothing but a number! Dr. Karla Jensen: “Mindfulness Matters” Dr. Karla Jensen is a professor of communications studies at Nebraska Wesleyan University, where she incorporates yoga and mindfulness into her teaching. As a certified yoga instructor, she’ll help you find inner peace with stretching, meditation and other stress-relieving techniques and explain how these practices positively affect aging brains. To RSVP to one or all of the events in our Building Better Brains series, Call: (402) 235-5220 | Visit: BrainHealthEastmont.com Can’t attend the virtual events? You can still request the brain-health booklet complete with a summary of our speakers’ presentations, plus pages of fun activities to keep you entertained at home! EastmontLiving.com (402) 235-5220 6315 O St. Lincoln, NE 68510