The Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation’s (ARPF) Brain Longevity Therapy Training (BLTT) and Symposium will be held Oct 24-25 and Oct 26-27, respectively, in Scottsdale, Ariz. CEU hours for occupational therapists, and CE credits for physical therapists, are available.
BLTT will include an in-depth examination of the science and clinical application of ARPF’s research in lifestyle medicine. Participants will be provided with a resource library and will learn practical applications created by ARPF-sponsored research.

This year’s BLTT curriculum is a blended learning format: part is accessible online for at-home learning, with an in-person classroom format on October 24 and 25. The following Brain Longevity Symposium, October 26 and 27, will be a gathering of all Brain Longevity Specialists to learn the latest breakthroughs in the studies funded by ARPF, and an opportunity to exchange experiences and ideas with one another, ARPF notes in a media release.

“Today it’s a scientific fact that living a brain-healthy lifestyle is the only proven way to prevent Alzheimer’s disease and impact cognitive decline. At this year’s Brain Longevity Training, everything any provider needs to know about helping people end Alzheimer’s is presented,” Dharma Singh Khalsa, MD, Founding President and Medical Director of ARPF, shares in the release.

“Participants will discover everything there is to know about diet, yoga, meditation, exercise, mental stimulation, and how to put it all together to enhance their own practice and create many more enthusiastic clients.”

For more information and to register, visit Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation.

[Source(s): Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation, PR Newswire]