Tag Archives: Brain Jog (Brain Training)

Recommendations For Cognitively Stimulating Activities to Promote Lasting Brain Health (BBC News / GCBH)

Summary The Global Council on Brain Health (GCBH) has released a report which summarises evidence-based recommendations for the public on adopting cognitively stimulating activities which may help to minimise cognitive decline. Brain training games appear to provide few of the … Continue reading

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Bilingualism, Even if Acquired in Adulthood, Beneficial for Brain Ageing (BBC News / Annals of Neurology / Behavioural Neurology)

Summary Further research from the Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology at the University of Edinburgh has investigated the apparent link between bilingualism and improvements in the rate of cognitive decline. Their latest research indicates that learning a second language … Continue reading

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Bilingualism Delays Dementia Onset? (BBC News / NHS Choices / Neurology)

Summary A study of 650 dementia patients in India indicates that people who speak two or more languages tend to have a delayed onset of Alzheimer’s Disease, vascular dementia and frontotemporal dementia. People who speak more than one language typically … Continue reading

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Exploring How Digital Technology and Social Media Can Support People Living With Dementia (Nominet Trust)

Summary This blog post on the Nominet Trust website explores the growing number of ways by which access to the internet and the use digital technology can help to support people living with dementia and enhance their quality of life. This website contains many useful … Continue reading

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