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Transforming Your Aging Brain: with the Multi-Modal Method

Transforming Your Aging Brain: with the Multi-Modal Method

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Aging is impacted by attitude, nutrition, activity levels and environment. Research has proven what educators and holistic care-givers have known for years: motion, music, laughter and community can enhance our well-being at any age, but in our elder years, can even prevent dementia and Alzheimer's. Experts Linda Stoler and Gretchen Espinetti show you how your brain really works and how you can rewire your brain for a healthier, happier aging process. Includes photos by the remarkable Peter B. Wilder. Uplifting and fun, this book will be a resource to use for many years. Complete with pages to add your own notes.

Author: Gretchen L. Espinetti Ph. D., Linda S. Stoler
Publisher: WC Publishing
Published: 02/21/2014
Pages: 178
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.47lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.51w x 0.38d
ISBN: 9780985438197

About the Author
Linda S. Stoler, CCC-SLP has more than 45 years of experience developing programs for children, utilizing the proven methodologies of integrating the entire brain. She learned that by bringing special needs and typically developing children out from behind their desks and sparking their creative spirits, the outcome was amazing. And so was born the Multi-Modal Method of teaching that Linda has taught to thousands during her career. When Linda's talented mother developed dementia in her 90s, Linda exposed her to the sessions with the children, only to discover that her mother's quality of life instantly included joy, laughter and music once again. Armed with that experience and the knowledge of brain and neuroscience research, Linda developed a seminar for the over 50 crowd, too. This initiative became known as Onto The Next and took on the form of interactive, inspirational seminars. Dr. Gretchen Espinetti has enjoyed an extensive career in bilingual and early childhood education with an emphasis on multicultural education for children not developed within the culture of their parents. Her studies into neuroscience and the brain led her to use non-traditional methods of teaching including music, drama, dance and sign language. Science has proven that being fluent in more than one language protects us against age-related cognitive decline. Therefore, using the power of neuroplasticity as a preventative for elders facing dementia and Alzheimer's was realized by this team. Together, Gretchen and Linda impact the elders in their own lives and seek to make the life of all the aging population around the world one of quality and joy.

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