Brain health is important for all adults 55 and older. Taking preventative action now to protect your brain is just as important as the food and exercise choices you make to maintain a healthy body as it ages. Learn more about how our online brain exercise program can become a part of your weekly routine!
Early diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment or dementia can give you more control over treatment and care plans – giving you a say in your future. If you or a loved one is experiencing memory loss or confusion that interferes with daily life, brain training therapies can be a part of a comprehensive care plan to slow further cognitive decline and have a higher quality of life as you age. Learn more about our in-person program and find a location in your area.
As a medical or care professional working in the geriatric space, you want to provide proactive options to individuals concerned about or diagnosed with dementia. Learn about the on-site services SMART offers to serve your patients and residents, enhancing the level of care you are able to provide.
SMART brain training programs are based on the research of
Dr. John DenBoer in the area of cognitive intervention for reducing mild cognitive impairment (MCI)/early-stage dementia and reducing cognitive and functional decline associated with accelerated aging.
Brain U Online is a virtual interactive and social classroom that allows users to exercise their brains from home.
Brain U Clinic is a cognitive intervention program for adults in early stages of dementia and is available in-person at a doctor’s office or independent/assisted living center.
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SMART Brain Aging, Inc. is a healthcare technology company focused on continuous research and innovation in brain health. Our team has over seven years of dementia-specific research, 26 years of business and technology experience, and countless hours learning one-on-one from individuals suffering from dementia.
John W. DenBoer, Ph.D.
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Director of Marketing
Director of Operations
Research Director and Grant Writer
Marketing & Public Relations
Lead Social Worker
Lead Neuropsychology Technician
Social Worker / Marketing