CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY SERVICES (CNS)

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Some Tips for Keeping your Brain Active and Healthy

What you can do to slow dementia down

“ALMOST half a million Australians live with dementia – and while there’s currently no cure, there are some things you can do to help”, writes Kirrily Schwarz (The Herald Sun)

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ANU finds working out could be key to lowering dementia risk

“Pumping iron could be one of the keys to lowering dementia risk as you get older, according to a groundbreaking study led by the Australian National University”, writes Steven Trask (The Age, 1 Dec 2017)

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Successful Aging & Your Brain

Mastering time: A key to successful ageing

Top 10 Tips to Keep Your Brain Young

Patient Reading

Books

  • High Sobriety: Confessions of a Drinker (By Alice King)
  • The Thinking Person’s Guide to Sobriety (By Bert Pluymen)
  • Contented Dementia (by Oliver James)
  • Left Neglected by (Lisa Genova)
  • Living Sober Sucks! (but living drunk sucks more) (by Mark A. Tuschel)
  • My Year Off: Recovering Life After a Stroke (by Robert McCrum)
  • A Drinking Life: A Memoir (by Pete Hamill)
  • Still Alice (by Lisa Genova)
  • Into the Silent Land: Travels in Neuropsychology (by Paul Broks)
  • Life With a Battery-Operated Brain – A Patient’s Guide to Deep Brain
    Stimulation Surgery for Parkinson’s Disease (by Jackie Hunt Christensen)

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