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Preserving Memory: Tips and Tricks

Great Minds: Keeping Your Brain Active as You Age Think about it. Your brain is a tool that helps you understand, learn and remember. It helps you make decisions and feel a sense of well-being. So keeping it sharp as you age may be every bit…
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NY Times Article: "How to Help Teenagers Keep Track of Their Stuff"

Back to school . . . back to basics!  Memory enhancement is for people of all ages. We all have memory "glitches" and here are a few tips to help teenagers featured in The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/29/well/family/t…
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Sharing Memory Matters with Alzheimer's Society in London

Associate Executive Director, Dr. Krystal Culler, recently had an amazing opportunity to spend a day training with the Alzheimer's Society in London. "It was great to learn more about their organization in collaboration with Alzheimer's…
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Podcast with Associate Executive Director, Dr. Krystal Culler

Atlantic Conversations podcast with Dr. Krystal Culler, Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health. To listen to this podcast, please click on the image below (if showing), or the title above.  Once the link opens, you may listen on the…
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BRAIN HEALTH SUMMIT 3 COMING MARCH 12, 2020!

  They came from all over the Lowcountry and even further afield to learn more about the "last frontier" in medical science. They came to learn about that "squidgy" 3lbs organ inside their head. Yes, they came to learn about their…
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Memory Screens: We Owe It To Our Children!

George Arthur relaxing after a visit to Memory Matters You don’t need me to tell you that children are a gift from on high. Your own kids, and later your Grandkids. I often refer to the inter-generational magic that lights up the atmosphere…
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A Separate Peace

A Separate Peace A story from John Ratliff: As has often been the case, we read the book together.  This time, however, she was away at camp and unavailable for our normal daily discussions of the chapters we had recently devoured.…

Trimming the Fat

Would it not be a better world, if everyone had access to the excellent education John Ratliff refers to in his story? As part of Memory Matters' service to the community at large, we have increased the scope of our Brain Health Education…
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The Dream Catcher

When John sent me his Dream Catcher story I was immediatly reminded of all the good that is in the world. I was drawn to the great Luke Bryan song I'm trying to learn and play just now called "Most People are Good." I believe kids oughta stay…
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The Fantastic Voyage

A thoughtful recollection from John Ratliff. Thank you, John, for dedicating yourself to helping others. The Fantastic Voyage So yesterday I got my annual eye exam and once again was very fortunate to learn that, more or less, all is well…