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TOTAL BRAIN HEALTH ANNOUNCES COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP WITH
GALLOWAY RIDGE AT FEARRINGTON VILLAGE
APRIL 1, 2016. Total Brain Health (TBH) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Community Partnership with Galloway Ridge at Fearrington Village, a leading Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) located in Pittsboro, North Carolina.
As a Total Brain Health Community Partner, Galloway Ridge will offer their residents and greater community members the opportunity to take part in TBH's cutting edge social-based brain training classes and programs. Beginning this month, Galloway Ridge will offer the full suite of TBH courses including the TBH BRAIN WORKOUT and TBH MEMORY classes. A TBH FAIR, an innovative health fair that fully engages attendees in the real science of brain wellness, is scheduled for September, and will feature Dr. Green, founder of Total Brain Health, as the keynote speaker.
In addition, Galloway Ridge will serve as a research site for further research on the efficacy of cognitive wellness training in group settings. TBH and Galloway will collaborate to provide further insight to the impact of social-based brain training to the field using data collected from voluntary participants in the TBH courses and programs.
Total Brain Health is a leading provider of memory and brain fitness training programs. Founded by renowned brain health expert and author, Dr. Cynthia Green, Total Brain Health offers a series of memory and brain fitness programs that are activities-based for small and large groups. "Online brain training can mask the real science of what brain fitness is all about, namely engaging in lifestyle behaviors that have been tied to staying sharp," says Dr. Green. "Our programs are scientifically-based brain fitness products that help clients stay sharp and age successfully."
Galloway Ridge is a non-profit continuing care retirement community (CCRC) located south of Chapel Hill in Pittsboro, North Carolina. Galloway Ridge opened its doors in 2005. The Wall Street Journal describes Galloway Ridge as "a prototype for future housing development for older Americans."