Boosting Brain Health:
Strategies for Improving Memory and Cognition
This session is designed to help employees understand the various strategies and techniques that can be used to improve memory and cognitive function. The session will include practical exercises and activities to help participants understand and apply these concepts in their daily lives.
- Understanding Memory and Cognitive Function: Participants will learn about the various types of memory and how they work, as well as the factors that can impact memory and cognitive function.
- Enhancing Memory and Cognitive Function: Participants will learn about various strategies and techniques that can be used to enhance memory and cognitive function, including exercise, nutrition, sleep, and stress management.
- Practicing Memory Skills: Participants will learn about different techniques for memorizing information, including mnemonic devices, visualization techniques, and the use of semantic maps, applying Retrieval Practice, Incorporating Interleaving, Engaging in Elaborative Rehearsal and Utilizing Spacing Repetition.
included in 90-min, Half Day & Full Day sessions
Throughout the session, participants will engage in practical exercises and activities designed to help them understand and apply the concepts covered.
These may include memory exercises, retrieval practice activities, and other practices that promote improved memory and cognitive function.
By the end of this session, participants will have gained valuable insights and practical strategies for enhancing their memory and cognitive abilities. They will have a better understanding of the various lifestyle factors that impact memory and focus, and they will have learned about specific cognitive training techniques that can help to improve their cognitive abilities, including mindfulness, brain games, and memory exercises.
Armed with this knowledge, participants will be well-equipped to make positive changes to their daily routines that can help to maintain and even enhance their memory and cognitive function.