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Building Resilience in MCI: An Online Study

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Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI)?

Putting brain health in the overall picture of health is about more than improving your memory. Individuals with MCI are at greater risk for Alzheimer's, so creating healthy brain habits to help becomes even more meaningful.

Knowing how to manage your brain health may help maintain current function levels and stave off cognitive decline.

This six-month online study is part of a larger initiative known as The BrainHealth® Project, a longitudinal study focused on identifying determinants of brain health.

For information about joining this study, contact Audette Rackley at arackley@utdallas.edu or 972-883-3405.

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How It Works

Get your BrainHealth Index (pre- and post-training)
Meet 3 times with a BrainHealth coach
Gain access to ongoing BrainHealth training and habits

An Online Study for People With MCI

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Participants Receive:

  • Two BrainHealth Index assessments (pre- and post- training)

  • Online training

  • Virtual coaching with a BrainHealth professional trained in MCI

Your coach will help translate training concepts and strategies to support the challenges of MCI.

Reframe How You Define Brain Health

Learn ways to make the most of your capacity of thrive in life.

Brain health is about doing everything possible to optimize brain function. You can do this by focusing on what you can still do, rather than what you cannot.

What Is The BrainHealth Project?

Decades of research show The BrainHealth Project offers tools to help individuals learn how to be more strategic in navigating daily challenges.

While training is not specific to MCI, your coach will be knowledgeable about this condition and help translate training strategies to the specific challenges of MCI.

For information about joining this study, contact Audette Rackley at arackley@utdallas.edu or 972-883-3405.

Reminder: Building Resilience in MCI is a six-month online study.