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Dementia Expert Returns to Grand Rapids

Dr. Len Lecci returns to Covenant Village of the Great Lakes with the latest information and advice for maintaining brain health. He’ll present “Maximizing Your Memory Health” on Thursday, Aug. 13 at 11 a.m.

Memory Health Expert to Speak in Grand Rapids

Memory loss doesn’t have to be an inevitable part of aging. Education, prevention, and early detection can help preserve memory and boost healthy brain function. Dr. Len Lecci returns to Covenant Village of the Great Lakes with the latest information and advice for maintaining brain health. He’ll present “Maximizing Your Memory Health” on Thursday, Aug. 13 at 11 a.m.  Covenant Village of the Great Lakes is located at 2510 Lake Michigan Drive N.W., Grand Rapids, Mich.

Dr. Lecci is a professor of psychology and nationally renowned expert on memory care. After explaining how memory works, he’ll highlight how Alzheimer’s and other dementia affect the brain, and then he’ll focus on three factors that contribute to better brain health: diet, exercise and memory function monitoring. He’ll also update guests on the latest treatments and early warning signs.

Dr. Lecci is director of clinic services for MARS Memory Health Network and professor of psychology at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington. He specializes in the assessment of memory and clinical disorders, and for the past eight years has been involved in a project to maximize the early detection of memory problems

The seminar is free, but space is limited. Please reserve your spot by calling (877) 812-8745 or visiting www.CovenantGreatLakes.org.

Covenant Village of the Great Lakes, a faith-based, not-for-profit continuing care retirement community, is located at 2510 Lake Michigan Drive N.W., Grand Rapids, Mich. It is administered by Covenant Retirement Communities, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit senior services providers. Covenant Retirement Communities serves 5,000 residents at 14 retirement communities nationwide and is a ministry of the Evangelical Covenant Church. For more information on Covenant Village of the Great Lakes, visit www.CovenantGreatLakes.org or call 877-812-8745.

Dr. Len Lecci

Dr. Len Lecci

Memory loss doesn’t have to be an inevitable part of aging. Education, prevention, and early detection can help preserve memory and boost healthy brain function. Dr. Len Lecci returns to Covenant Village of the Great Lakes with the latest information and advice for maintaining brain health. He’ll present “Maximizing Your Memory Health” on Thursday, Aug. 13 at 11 a.m.  Covenant Village of the Great Lakes is located at 2510 Lake Michigan Drive N.W., Grand Rapids, Mich.

Dr. Lecci is a professor of psychology and nationally renowned expert on memory care. After explaining how memory works, he’ll highlight how Alzheimer’s and other dementia affect the brain, and then he’ll focus on three factors that contribute to better brain health: diet, exercise and memory function monitoring. He’ll also update guests on the latest treatments and early warning signs.

Dr. Lecci is director of clinic services for MARS Memory Health Network and professor of psychology at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington. He specializes in the assessment of memory and clinical disorders, and for the past eight years has been involved in a project to maximize the early detection of memory problems

The seminar is free, but space is limited. Please reserve your spot by calling (877) 812-8745 or visiting www.CovenantGreatLakes.org.

Covenant Village of the Great Lakes, a faith-based, not-for-profit continuing care retirement community, is located at 2510 Lake Michigan Drive N.W., Grand Rapids, Mich. It is administered by Covenant Retirement Communities, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit senior services providers. Covenant Retirement Communities serves 5,000 residents at 14 retirement communities nationwide and is a ministry of the Evangelical Covenant Church. For more information on Covenant Village of the Great Lakes, visit www.CovenantGreatLakes.org or call 877-812-8745.

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