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Audette Rackley, MS, CCC-SLP

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Assistant Director, Strengths-Based Programs Research Clinician

As assistant director of strengths-based programs, Audette Rackley's current focus is impacting the broader Alzheimer’s community via online delivery of our strengths-based program for early Alzheimer’s and spearheading an online research initiative targeting brain health for caregivers.

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A member of the Center for BrainHealth® team since its inception in 1999, Audette's research has focused on optimizing function in Alzheimer’s disease, mild cognitive impairment and healthy aging.

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Effects of Cognitive-Communication Stimulation for Alzheimer's Disease Patients Treated with Donepezil

This study outlines the benefits of cognitive training when administered with drug treatments for individuals with mild to moderate Alzheimer's.

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Enhancing Latent Cognitive Capacity in Mild Cognitive Impairment with Gist Reasoning Training: A Pilot Study

Targeting top-down cognitive functions, SMART™ Brain Training, compared to training focused on new learning, shows a broader impact on cognition in MCI, as indicated by this randomized controlled trial.

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Gist Reasoning Training in Cognitively Normal Seniors

This study investigates a few of the most innovative findings on ways to slow down or prevent natural aging memory decline, including SMART™ strategies.

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