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ARPF is thrilled to announce that it’s celebrating its 30th Anniversary in 2023!
In 1993 and for many years to come, people weren’t focused on prevention. We were.
Over the last 30 years, ARPF has funded and partnered with groundbreaking organizations such as The Finger Study, UCLA, University of Pennsylvania, and West Virginia University.
We want to personally thank our Board members, the Scientific Advisory Council, Education Advisory Committee and Staff and all of the volunteers who believed in ARPF over the years as we grew and evolved.
Most importantly, we want to acknowledge our donors for inspiring and trusting us for 30 years. Your donations allowed us to carry out breakthrough research, develop state-of-the-art educational materials and give hope to people at risk for Alzheimer’s and their families.
Imagine what the next 30 years will look like. Let’s plan to achieve a world without Alzheimer’s – together, we can do it!
What We Do
For close to 30 years, the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation (ARPF) has been championing the holistic approach to Alzheimer’s prevention. Our breakthrough research on Kirtan Kriya meditation has shown these impressive results that maximize brain health:
Welcome to the leading voice on the integrative medical approach to the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease.
Most baby boomers’ health priority is “staying mentally sharp as I age.”
Beyond that, their #1 fear is developing Alzheimer’s.
We all know the frightening statistics, but ARPF’s mission is to empower you to take action because, Yes, you Can prevent cognitive decline and dementia
Testimonials about Brain Longevity Therapy Training
“This training was a great opportunity to integrate my diverse professional background into a cohesive, prevention-focused, research-based approach for Brain Wellness and Dementia Support. I appreciated the varied topics and presenters, self-paced design, and ease of assimilation upon completion of the training. I feel prepared to take this important information out into the world to improve the quality of people’s lives with or without a diagnosis.”
– Trudy R., BLTT Graduate
“This is my second time taking this training and it is even more enjoyable than the first time. I find that my attention span and focus at age 64 has actually increased. I am happy to say that after a year of daily practice of Kirtan Kriya, there is no doubt a direct correlation to these factors. One of my brain exercises is to enjoy walking and memorizing challenging mantras while walking in nature.”
– Karen G., BLTT Graduate
“You have been generous and incredibly supportive. Our whole community has benefited from your shared research and wisdom. I’m grateful to be part of this vibrant, positive, important community!”
– Denise B. BLTT Graduate
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