Welcome to ALD 664 - Health Brains Training!

This workshop reviews the six pillars of brain health:  exercise, healthy eating, managing co-morbid conditions, sleep and relaxation, mental fitness, and social connection.  Evidence supports that simple lifestyle modifications in each of these areas can reduce the likelihood of developing dementia


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Course Overview:

This course reviews the problem behind Alzheimer disease and other types of dementia.  Discussion covers the history of scientific approaches that have failed, the pros and cons of these scientific approaches as well odds ratios for developing Alzheimer dementia.  This course reviews the effects of loneliness, isolation and neglect while emphasizing the principle of resiliency and reducing the risk factors for developing cognitive impairment. 

Healthcare Professionals Courses

The Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health offers ACCME accredited CME grand Rounds courses both live and on-demenad.  CME/CEU is provided at no cost.

Medical student, resident and fellow training

The Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health offers various types education and training for interns, residents and fellows interested in the field of neuro-psychiatry.

Community Based Education

Whether you have a career in healthcare, are a caregiver, or serve the community in various capacities, it is likely you will encounter individuals living with dementia and their caregivers.  Our E-learning courses make it easy to learn more about the challenges and experiences individuals living with dementia and caregivers face each day.  

Patient and Caregiver Education

Education is key when diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease.  Access free live and on-demand caregiver and community education and resources.