Information Session: Cognitive Training Program Study - Nov 25th

Date & Time
Organized by
Watson Centre Society for Brain Health

The Watson Centre Society for Brain Health is recruiting healthy, older adults 65 years of age or older, to participate in a randomized trial looking at the impact of a 6-month cognitive training program on quality of life. This study, Maintaining Independence and Quality of Life in Aging Adults Through Targeted Cognitive Training, will provide participants with access to a renowned cognitive rehab program for no cost and will help increase knowledge regarding the effect of cognitive training on older adults with mild cognitive impairment.

This November, WCSBH is hosting two information & recruitment webinars to share more information about this exciting opportunity.

Topics covered in this info session:

  • Purpose of our study and significance as it relates to Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
  • Clarification of study intervention group, non-intervention group, and focus group
  • Explanation of participant’s commitment and overall duration of study
  • Benefit of the study

To register for this information session, click here.


For more information on this study, or to register for screening: