Exercise Your Brain and Age Well

Learn how to preserve and develop your brain throughout your life, even well into old age.

Dr Norman Doige, author of the best-seller The Brain that Changes Itself, will be speaking at the Sutherland Entertainment Centre on Tuesday 19 May 2009 at 7.00pm.

The brain is a living organ capable of changing its own form and structure even after injury and into old age. In many cases, you can stop the normal process of age-related cognitive decline, and even reverse it.

Dr Doidge champions the new wave of scientific thinking on brain function known as neuroplasticity – the ability of the brain to change. It gives hope for the aged, for those with dementia, for stroke victims, sufferers of cerebral palsy and for the blind.

For more information about Dr Doige's visit including details of how to book visit the Sutherland Entertainment Centre web site.