Discover How Nature Boosts Your Brain

 In General

To celebrate ARPF’s 30th Anniversary, we are hosting a workshop on Tuesday, May 23rd to explore how being present in nature impacts brain function and the prevention of Alzheimer’s.

Studies have shown that when someone spends time connecting to the natural world they have a reduction in fear, anger, and stress and an increase in kindness, generosity, and patience. Why is this important – and possibly life-changing – for those suffering from AD and their carepartners? Join us for a 90-minute experiential program where you are invited to participate.

Discover How Nature Boosts Your Brain:

A Seaside Chat on the Benefits of Spiritual Fitness

Date: Tuesday, May 23rd, 2023
Time: 4 pm PT / 7 pm ET
Duration: 90 minutes
Host: Kirti Khalsa, ARPF CEO
Guest Speaker: Dale V. Atkins, PhD
Panelists: Lucia Paris, Certified Alzheimer’s Educator, BLS; Carol Hahn, RN, Wellness and Fitness Nurse, BLS; and Veronique Le Melle, MPA, NBC-HWC, RYT200

Can’t make it? Register and you’ll automatically receive the recording.

This workshop is a fundraiser to honor the last 30 years of progress. Your support ensures we can continue to offer these programs all year long.

Thank you for helping us celebrate our 30th Anniversary.

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