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Results are in for the longest-ever Phase 3 study of exercise in older adults with mild memory problems. The research, reported at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference, revealed that after 12 months of regular physical activity, study participants experienced no significant cognitive decline.
Together’s Chief Scientific Advisor, Dr. Deborah Barnes, will present at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference next week, highlighting the feasibility and satisfaction of the Moving Together program while and giving a preview of our current clinical trial results.
At Together Senior Health we are thrilled that the research continues to stack up! Social engagement and physical activity are essential components to any program aimed at cognitive decline prevention. That’s why our Moving Together classes provide social support and safe movement with our extremely well-trained and experienced movement instructors.