“Your Brain and Aging”

New class this fall at Casas Adobes Congregational UCC
Mondays, Sept. 10th through Oct. 1st from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m.

Keep your mind healthy and active. New research shows that several factors are responsible for better cognitive performance in the aging process, including decision-making, reasoning and problem-solving skills. You will learn how to maintain and improve these functions, and how to focus attention, enhance your memory, and get more enjoyment out of life’s experiences. 

Taught by Kenneth Collins, an educator and published author with graduate degrees in anthropology and religion. He is an ordained minister and served as pastor of churches in Minnesota and Iowa, taught at colleges and universities in Iowa, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and in Russia and China. He also served as the national trainer for an international photography company for several years. He and his wife Judy are regular attendees at CACC-UCC.

Call the office to register. Class is limited to 20 people.