Keswick’s Brain Health Specialist, Lisa Clerman, was recently interview for JMORE magazine about Keswick’s signature Brain Health Program.
In the article, Ms. Clerman explains that “people are aging in place longer… We’re getting people in their upper 80s who still live in the community and want to be lifelong learners.” Professionals like Clerman make it possible for many seniors to achieve that goal. “If you make classes fun and upbeat, they don’t realize the educational stuff that’s going on,” she says. Clerman calls creating a fun milieu Keswick’s “special sauce” and believes it’s essential to getting seniors to keep coming to classes with such serious themes as chronic diseases and cognitive impairment.
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