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The UCLA Longevity Center is to enhance and extend productive and healthy life through preeminent research, education and community outreach, benefiting from interdisciplinary support from foremost specialists in Medicine, Dentistry, Biochemistry, Economics, Psychology, Social Welfare, and Public Health.

UCLA Longevity Center offers the Brain Boot Camp to:
Learn basic techniques to respond to everyday memory challenges.
Master advanced memory techniques for names and faces.
Get tips for a healthy heart and brain diet.
Gauge progress and notice results in just three hours.
Take home strategies, exercises, and assignments to continue improving memory on a daily basis.

UCLA Longevity Center offers the Memory Training focused on the four top memory challenges that people complain about:
Forgetting names and faces
Forgetting to do things in the future, like keeping an appointment, passing on a phone message, etc.
Forgetting where you put things like keys, glasses or a wallet
Inability to immediately recall something you know or “tip of the tongue” memory challenge.

Each course is 2 hours once a week for 4 consecutive weeks.

For more information: http://www.semel.ucla.edu/longevity