Reach out to elderly communities

Exercising the mind allows you to maintain the efficiency
of the processes: attention, memory, perception,
thinking and other cognitive functions.

A retired couple challenging themselves in logical puzzles… smart move.

One of important activities contributing to the maintenance of the elderly person’s general fitness is encouraging her/him to be active in many areas of life. In addition to physical activities, the daily schedule should include time for mental activities.

Research conducted around the world shows that people with dementia (including Alzheimer’s disease) who exercise their mind regularly, develop disease processes more slowly, and thus maintain psychophysical fitness for longer.