LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 14, 2020) —The 12th annual University of Kentucky Sanders-Brown Mind Matters Health Summit will take place virtually from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., Monday, May 18. During this unprecedented time, the event will take place through Zoom to allow for proper physical distancing. As in years past, this event will focus on brain health and older adult wellbeing and strategies to maximize both. Additionally, presentations will include information relating to life during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Experts will share their knowledge on the following topics:
- “Staying Active while Social Distancing”
- “Nature and Wellbeing”
- “COVID-19 & You: Staying Safe”
- “LATEst Discoveries and Directions in Alzheimer’s Disease Research”
You can connect to the Health Summit by phone or computer. To register to receive connection instructions complete a brief form at https://tinyurl.com/2020MindMatters or call 859-218-3775.
The UK Sanders-Brown Center on Aging is dedicated to improving the health of older adults in Kentucky and beyond through research, education, outreach and clinical programs to promote healthy brain aging. For more information, contact the UK Sanders-Brown Center on Aging at (859) 323-6040.
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