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Social Impact Partners Shines a Spotlight on Brain Health and Longevity

Social Impact Partners shines a spotlight on Brain health and longevity with the launch of the 'Global Brain health and longevity Impact report'



Social Impact Partners (SIP) has released a "Global Brain Health and Longevity Impact Report" to highlight the socio-economic impact of brain health. The nonprofit, which focuses on brain health and longevity, hopes this research will help communities to extend healthy brain years and respond to current challenges in healthcare equity and prevention. As part of this initiative, SIP openly invites organizations, employees, families and individuals to join this effort against dementia and neurodegenerative diseases.


"Cognitive neuroscience reveals that people can proactively take steps to improve their brain's health and performance, with gains linked to measurable brain changes, it is imperative to incorporate brain health into the strategy and leadership of our workplaces – the context in which brains either gain or drain capacity for the majority of our adult life." Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD, chief director of Center for BrainHealth
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Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD

Chief Director Dee Wyly Distinguished Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences Co-Leader, The BrainHealth Project

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