Maintaining our dignity, independence, and safety is key to maintaining good quality of life as we age. Learn how technology can support independent living.Find out more »
Studies have shown that those with the most social interaction in their community are less depressed and lonely which helps ward off cognitive decline. Laugh till you hurt as national marriage expert Mark Gungor explores how women think, are wired, and their way of reacting.Find out more »
Join us for a dynamic and energizing yoga flow followed by a relaxing meditation and appreciate the brain boosting benefits of mellowing out.Find out more »
Creative activities are therapy for the mind. Whether it’s writing, sewing, playing music, or painting, a creative outlet can improve your mental clarity. Join us to learn about the role art can play in health, wellness, and managing stress, plus enjoy an art workshop with oil and chalk pastels as well as a full watercolour experience.Find out more »
Your safety is our top priority. In light of the ongoing social distance requirements, Women’s Brain Health Initiative has rescheduled its live events to 2021.
For fall, we will be hosting livestream events and hope that you’ll join us. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing support.