SCALL EVENT 2020
Free Event – Don’t Miss Out!
Saturday, November 14
9:00am – 11:30am ET
Stay Safe ~ Stay Engaged!
All attendees will be entered to win prizes including a free round of golf and free classes. To learn more and register, please click on the link below.
SunCoast Alliance for Lifelong Learning [SCALL] Launches First FREE, Online Expo; Including How to Avoid Isolation & Improve Brain Health Performance, Nov 14
The free virtual event will feature a keynote session by Nicci Kobritz, CEO, Center for Brain Health on understanding why lifelong learning stimulates cognitive function and educational programs that have a positive impact.
A panel discussion and special showcases will feature a variety of lifelong learning opportunities available in Sarasota and Manatee Counties on Saturday, November 14, 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Q & A will follow.
Sample of Topics:
√ How to avoid isolation during Covid-19
√ How to actually increase your brain cells later in life
√ Latest research on how to reduce cognitive decline
√ New Way to Improve your quality of life online
√ and more!
How Online Clases Saved One Adult Senior’s Life
According to recent studies, the pandemic has caused a rise in anxiety and depression. Attendees will get insights into the latest brain health research to stay positive, avoid isolation and live a longer healthier life, at the upcoming SunCoast Alliance for Lifelong Learning (SCALL) event.
Nicci Kobritz is President, Center for Brain Health & Founder/President of Youthful Aging Home Health. She is a Geriatric specialist and nurse practitioner, Nicci Kobritz has more than three decades of experience in developing and managing high quality health care services.
Nicci founded Youthful Aging Home Health, a private duty home care practice limiting its census to customize services that will in fact enable clients to be the best they can be for as long as possible.
In 2016, she established the Center for Brain Health, a neurology practice under the direction of Julio Cantero MD dedicated to reducing peoples risk for Alzheimer’s disease. CBH is designated an Observational Study Center for the ReCODE protocol that has demonstrated reversal of symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in many patients with early stage Alzheimer’s disease.
Kobritz continues her work in improving the quality of life for her homecare patients while also focused on the latest research to improve cognitive function in individuals with memory loss.
President, Youthful Aging Home Care CEO, Center for Brain Health
Topic: The Impact of Lifelong Learning on Cognition and Brain Vitality
• Understanding why life-long learning stimulates cognitive reserve
• How to improve and maintain your brain health
• Lifelong learning programs that will have a positive impact