For People Wanting To Stay Mentally Sharp As You Age
Introducing: Memory Health Check Up
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Here's How You Can Improve Your Day To Day Health, Build A Routine, Find Your Focus, Sharpen Your Mind and Prevent Memory Loss Without The Overwhelm
AN ONLINE PROGRAM THAT HELPS YOU IDENTIFY YOUR MEMORY HEALTH THREATS - AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT THEM IN SEVEN DAYS OR LESS! 
Teaches you how to check your memory health risks with an easy to follow tool and framework.
Identify Your Risks. Take Control. Change Your Life.
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What Others Say
"Why don't they teach us this? This should be a must for anyone approaching retirement or wanting better brain health"

– David of Sunnybank, QLD
"We are so bombarded by information now days that it becomes overwhelming. Having a framework to put it into helps make sense of all this information. It made you want to think about your life and to make changes."

– B. Eastcoe
Why You Need A Memory Health Check Up
An Important Message:
If you're over 50 years of age, confused about what you should do to prevent memory loss and don't know where to start. Or perhaps you've witnessed memory loss in a friend, loved one or family member and you're determined to prevent it happening to you.....

Here's why you need a Memory Health Check Up at least once per year.
  • The more risks you have, the greater your chance for severe memory loss
  • Alzheimer's and Dementia are on the rise world-wide with one person every three seconds diagnosed with dementia
  • Current theory of Alzheimer's suggests that brain decline changes may start as early as 40 years age
  • Sadly, less than 36% of adults are asked about their memory performance when they see their local doctor.
  • There is no cure for Dementia. There are no drugs to stop, halt or reverse this condition.
  • Prevention is the best treatment you have. A Memory Health Check Up helps you identify and reduce your risks earlier rather than later.
When Was The Last Time You Had A Memory Health Check Up?
In the history of our "Prevent Memory Loss" 12 Week Master Course no one has ever reported being screened for their memory health threats by their trusted health professional!

How can you prevent memory loss if you don't know what your personal risks are?

It shouldn't be this way and we'd like to help.
Here Is What You Can Expect From The Memory Health Check Up
At the end of this straightforward mini training program you'll:
  • Identify your personal lifestyle risks associated with Alzheimer's and dementia which you can change
  • Learn if your current diet is adding to your risk for memory loss
  • Understand how your daily physical exercise, brain challenges, sleep and other activities are either helping or harming your memory health.
  • Have a practical training guide and framework which you can routinely revisit
  • Not just an assessment, it's a mini training to teach the skills on how to use the tool and framework.
  • Prevention is the best treatment you have. A Memory Health Check Up helps you identify and reduce your risks earlier rather than later. David recommends doing this at least once a year.
About David Norris
An occupational therapist of 20 plus years, David has worked with people with severe memory loss and was frustrated and heartbroken by the impact of severe memory loss on his client's lives. He asked, "What if we started taking care of our brain health as we do our physical health I wonder what the possibilities are?"
To help people prevent avoidable memory loss he created the "Memory Health 3 Step System". He recommends all people to go through the following steps:
  • CHECK: Understand where you stand, identify your personal risks are key to establishing the right memory health actions for you.
  • CHANGE: Reduce your risk. This likely means investing your time, energy and no doubt money correctly on science backed actions.
  • CONNECT: If you need help, support and coaching- connect with the right people to help you prevent avoidable memory loss.
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Your Risks For Memory Loss
WHEN IT COMES TO MEMORY LOSS, YOUR LIFESTYLE RISKS FACTORS ADD UP.
Like a flame on your cooktop, you can dial up or down the intensity of the heat. When it comes to your risk for memory loss, you want to turn the flame right down or off altogether.

For example you might be eating a good diet.

But, if you've other risks and you're not doing anything about them- then you're still at a higher risk level for memory loss than you should be.

More than that, scientific literature reports, there's an amplifying effect ( bigger the flame) with the more risks you have.
YOUR MEMORY HEALTH RISKS ARE UNIQUE TO YOU
Your risks for memory loss are unique to you and will be different to others. That's why to help prevent memory loss your actions need to match your personal risk profile.
Get Your Map To Help Prevent Memory Loss
To help you prevent memory loss the key is to get a snap-shot of what your risks are so that you can change them.

Like a building's emergency exit map the Memory Health Check Up reveals "You Are Here".

And like a good map, the Memory Health Check Up helps you decide what your personalised actions need to be to help you prevent memory loss.

"General Health Information Is Good, BUT Personalised Health Action Is Much Better"

So, if you're confused about what you personally need to do to help prevent memory loss then the Memory Health Check Up might be just right for you.

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