Did you know that your brain ages just like the rest of your body as you grow older?
Find out more below and come join the ACT Trial @ Arizona State University! Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) is a transitional stage between cognitive decline that is caused by normal aging and dementia.
Signs of MCI can include issues with: memory, language, thinking, and judgment.
More specifically, you may notice that you forget things more often, you forget important events such as appointments, or you lose your train of thought in the middle of a conversation.
MCI is recognized by memory loss that you notice and are aware of, but yet it’s not severe enough to significantly impact your daily life.
If you are experiencing memory loss and are 65 years or older, or know someone who is, please contact the ACT Trial at ASU today to see if you’re eligible.
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