Building Resilience in MCI: An Online Study
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 optimize brain function becomes even more meaningful.
Knowing how to manage your brain health may help maintain current function levels and stave off cognitive decline.
This online study is open now with limited spots. It is conducted as a specific group within The BrainHealth Project, a large-scale ongoing study that helps people of all ages unlock their brain potential and measure improvement over time.
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How It Works
An Online Study for People With MCI
This six-month, online research study offers professional-quality, video-based training. The study will measure the impact people with MCI experience from our cognitive training.
Participants receive two BrainHealth Index assessments (pre- and post-training), online training and live coaching with a BrainHealth professional trained in the challenges of MCI. Optional online group discussions are also available.
A spouse/partner, family member or friend will also need to participate at the same time to help facilitate carryover of strategies into daily life. Both participants may sign up individually, but coaching sessions will be conducted together.