Dementia has a profound impact on individuals, families and communities, and the number of people with dementia worldwide increases yearly as our global population ages.
The impacts of dementia, including loss of physical and cognitive capacity, are felt community-wide. The latest research estimates that up to 40% of dementia cases may be preventable by attending to potentially modifiable risk factors.The Goldster Dementia Prevention course is a 6-week collaboration of theory and coaching. Part of this course is the completion of the Preventing Dementia MOOC. The coaching alongside this learning is to support your journey.
In partnership with the world-leading Wicking Dementia Research and Education Center in Australia, Goldster is proud to exclusively bring The Preventing Dementia Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). The Preventing Dementia MOOC draws on the latest scientific evidence, as well as the expertise of leading global experts in dementia research and education, to outline and discuss the key risk factors for dementia. Members will hear from expert neuroscientists, clinicians, and epidemiologists as they outline ways people may be able to reduce their risk.
Myths and controversies will be discussed, and participants will also have an opportunity to participate in new research in this area.
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