Harbour Village Launches Brain Health University

July 28, 2011

This August, Harbour Village, a Senior Lifestyle Community in Greendale, will launch Brain Health University, a unique program designed to contribute to a brain-healthy lifestyle that stimulates engagement through novelty, variety, and challenge. Brain Health University offers a curriculum of 30 programs within a 60 day period. The purpose of these selected classes is to demonstrate that brain health and cognitive engagement can be pursued through an assortment of experiences and lifestyle choices. Senior Lifestyle Corporation, a leader in the senior housing industry, is dedicated to creating a brain health culture that celebrates aging as a time for growth and expression.

 

Director of Resident Programming, Jessica Hamilton emphasizes, “Brain health can be sought at any age. Participants will learn about and experience practices that can aid brain health. These activities can support an independent lifestyle, promote greater quality of life and enhance cognitive abilities to help us function in a complex world.”

 

In order for residents to receive a certificate of completion from Brain Health University they are required to complete 18 of the 30 offered courses. A pre-course and post-course assessment is offered. Participants who complete the requirements are celebrated and receive a certificate of completion. Brain Health University classes include physical activity, nutritional information, sleep hygiene, stress management, cognitive stimulation and social interaction.

 

Please call Jessica Hamilton at (414) 433-9310 for more information.

Community Watch

» Social media story on the storms rolling through Milwaukee area 7/21

» Initial Reaction Podcast: Wisconsin Badgers football, WIFCA All-Star game 7/20

» Man suspected of shooting Milwaukee officer was out on bail Updated:  7/18

» #BestSummerEverNOW: Share your 2016 summer photos of you in the Milwaukee suburbs Updated:  7/18

» Live coverage: 2016 WIAA Summer Baseball Sectional Round Updated:  7/18

» St. John the Evangelist Parish to host 49th annual Family Festival 7/18

» NOW's user submitted stories, photos will be discontinued in early August 7/18

» West Allis bans e-cigarette smoking where tobacco smoking is banned 7/12

» Gourmet grocery store of the world seeks second West Allis location 7/12

» West Allis seeks grant to replace lead pipes to keep lead out of water 7/12

» Initial Reaction Podcast: WIAA state summer baseball tournament preview Updated:  7/12

» Initial Reaction Podcast: JR talks Olympic Trials with two local track athletes 7/7

» Greenfield's Bella Matthias repeats as NOW Newspapers' 2016 All-Suburban Softball Player of the Year 7/6

» West Allis couple charged with murder, burning body in South Dakota 7/5

» Traveling Beer Garden to roll into West Allis on July 13 7/5

» Angry over fireworks, Greenfield man shoots gun toward child 7/3

» 2016 Fourth of July events in the Milwaukee suburbs Updated:  7/2

» West Allis sixth-grader in top 27 in nation in science competition 7/1

» Greenfield neighbors roaring about House of Harley's thunder 7/1

» Gun, ammunition sales in Greenfield might soon require public hearings 7/1

» Initial Reaction Podcast: A look ahead to US Open 2017, look back at Champions Tour event in Madison Updated:  6/29

» West Allis pair confess to kidnapping, killing pregnant woman 6/28

» Preliminary West Allis school budget wipes out $4.2 million in red ink 6/28

» Bicycle ride share proposal could be rolling soon in West Allis 6/28

» More decorative bike racks could add panache to West Allis locales 6/28

View All Posts Got a tip? Welcome rss

Best Summer Ever

 

We've made it easy for you to get out and go this summer. From hitting the trails for a bike ride or walk, to where to find beer gardens in the area, to the best places to swim in Waukesha County to the best summer drinks and summer reads, check out our 2016 summer guide.

Advertisement

Advertisement

CONNECT    

Advertisement