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Boost Your Brain Health research study!

Together Senior Health is introducing a new brain health research study for people with mild cognitive impairment or age-related memory decline. Our online program will help you address relevant risk factors and provide evidence-based strategies to support your brain health and reduce the chance of cognitive decline.

Find details about the new study, what it involves, and if you are eligible.

Evidence Behind our Moving Together Programs

Research on the Preventing Loss of Independence through Exercise
(PLIÉ and Paired PLIÉ) program, is the basis of MOVING Together online classes

Drugs to treat dementia and Alzheimer's Disease have yielded little to no positive effects in patients. Together Senior Health uses alternative treatment strategies like group movement, mindfulness and social connection.

Our MOVING Together classes are based on the PLIÉ and Paired PLIÉ programs (Preventing Loss of Independence through Exercise) developed at the University of California, San Francisco and the Veterans Administration.

This group-based program builds on elements that continue to work well for people experiencing cognitive decline such as muscle memory, mindful body awareness and social connection.

Downloadable Papers, Posters and Policies

Adaptation on an In-Person Mind-Body Movement Program for People with Dementia and Care Partners


An Integrative Group Movement Program for People with Dementia and Care Partners


Preventing Loss of Independence Through Exercise (PLIE)


Dydactic Group Exercises for People with Memory Loss and Care Partners: Mixed Methods Findings


Medscape: Novel Exercise Program May Trump Meds for Dementia


PLIE: Qualitative Analysis of a Clinical Trial in Older Adults with Dementia


PLIE Study at the Veterans Administrations (poster)


Paired PLIE in the Community (poster)


PLIE Improves Cognitive, Behavioral and Neuroimaging Outcomes (poster)


Together PHS NIH FCOI Policy



Together Senior Health has received three Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop and study the effects of Moving Together in collaboration with scientists at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

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Do you have a question? Please reach out. We’re happy to provide more information about our company and program.