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Together Senior Health Co-Founder and Chief Science Advisor Dr. Deborah Barnes presented the results of two of her research studies at the Gerontological Society of America meeting in Tampa, FL, from November 8-12.
The Moving Together clinical trial found that the online program:
- Significantly improved quality of life in participants with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias and
- Improved care partner ability to manage stress.
- Reported better balance, mobility and 30% fewer falls of the the study participants
Additionally, 94% of care partners and 75% of participants with cognitive impairment rated the program good or excellent
The Brain Health Together pilot study found Participants with self-reported cognitive decline:
- Were able to successfully set and achieve goals to improve brain health by addressing modifiable risk factors.
- Reported more exercise, less social isolation, and longer sleep duration after (only!) 12 weeks.
Contact Jay Kleinman about how Together Senior Health can put these clinically proven results to work for your organization.