By Nancy Ludin
CEO Jewish Pavilion 

Insights from The Orlando Senior Help Desk: Improving cognitive health


December 16, 2022

Cognitive performance is not fixed. There are small changes people can make in their daily lives that should sustain higher cognitive functioning in old age.

Keep the mind active through work, volunteering, hobbies or playing games. Learning new skills can be a real brain boost. Learning new skills or dance steps can be very beneficial. Using the opposite hand to do a task like brushing your teeth can also be helpful. Engagin in social activities, with family, friends, peers etc., and staying physically active with exercise, or household chores like gardening also is helpful.

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