We provide a comprehensive resource hub aimed at improving and understanding healthy aging, brain wellness, and memory care via readily accessible online materials.
The Leadership Team at the Virtual Brain Health Center has gathered the following Brain Health, Brain Check-Up, Healthy Aging, Memory Care, and Carer resources.
It is important to note, that the following resources are provided for educational purposes and do not substitute information from a healthcare provider.
The Virtual Brain Health Center declares no conflicts of interests with the following organizations. Listing an organization is not an endorsement for the organization, its product, or its services and is intended for educational purposes only.
Our blog and media page offers information on a wide variety of topics related to brain health and wellness. Check out our handouts page for one-page reminders.
Staying Sharp is an online program from AARP offering content about brain health, with challenges, healthy recipes, articles, and activities.
on Brain Health
GCBH is empowering individuals around the world to achieve a brain-healthy lifestyle. New reports explores ways to encourage brain-healthy lifestyles.
Simple steps you can take to help keep your brain healthy – related to nutrition, gut health, sleep, exercise, and keeping an active mind.
Online Brain Checkups
We now understand a great deal more about what impacts our brain health than we did even ten years ago and it is widely known that the diseases that lead to dementia start in midlife. Explore the following quick quiz and build your personal Brain Health Plan.
The Cleveland Clinic Brain Check-up is an online self-assessment. It is a customized tool that tests your memory and helps you make lifestyle choices that may reduce the risk for brain disorders. The entire check-up will take about 20 minutes to complete.
Cogniciti’s online assessment is free, private and clinically researched by Baycrest, a world leader in memory and aging. This online assessment takes between 20 to 30 minutes to complete and will generate a personalized score and brain health report.
After answering the 15 true and false questions about your memory, the total “yes” answers are calculated to determine if your brain is functioning okay. The Memory Quiz can put your mind at ease in a few minutes.
Healthy Brain Aging
& Your Brain
Worried about staying mentally sharp as you age? Check out the good news about what we can all do to live a brain-healthy lifestyle!
& Older Adults
Cognitive health — the ability to clearly think, learn, & remember — is an important component of performing everyday activities.
We don’t yet know for certain what, if anything, can prevent dementia, but making healthy lifestyle choices may reduce risks.
Get Involved in Brain Research
ResearchMatch is a nonprofit program funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). It helps to connect people interested in research studies with top researchers across the U.S.
& Matching Services
for Clinical Trials
Are you thinking of joining a clinical trial or looking for opportunities? Make yourself available to many local and national studies by joining a registry or matching service
The free, easy-to-use service allows you to see which studies are a good fit for you or a family member including healthy aging. Search for studies and get connected.
Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centers offer local resources, support, and opportunities to participate in research on Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
As a caregiver, you may find yourself with so many responsibilities that you neglect to take good care of yourself. Explore resources to be a healthy caregiver.
Caregiver education is vital. Review multiple strategies that caregivers can incorporate into their daily routines for optimal well-being.
Find in-depth information and tips on a wide variety of caregiving topics including strategies and support for your well-being as a caregiver.
Healthy Living in
How to find long-term care that prioritizes healthy living. Tips, questions, and support.
Care for the Caregiver
The role of caregivers is both physically and emotionally exhausting.
Designed to help caregivers understand how to better care for persons with dementia.