Brain Health: Reducing and Reversing Cognitive Decline

COLORADO SPRINGS – A workshop exclusively for Legacy Protection Plan members and your guests.

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Our brains are arguably our greatest assets; they hold our memories, our personalities, our abilities to communicate, to empathize, to make decisions, and so much more. While Alzheimer’s Disease is the fastest-growing epidemic in the West, new research is demonstrating that it is often preventable, and even reversible. Join us for an insightful discussion with Jenny Johnson, Physical Therapist and Certified Health Coach, regarding the simple yet powerful things we can all do to protect our brains against age-related cognitive decline. See Jenny’s bio here.

JENNY JOHNSON, MSPT, Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach, CIRS Consultant

Jenny is a licensed physical therapist and Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach, with a B.S. in Biology from Duke University and an M.S. in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado. Her professional expertise in brain health, physical rehab, environmental illness, and lifestyle medicine merges with her family experiences of chronic illness and Alzheimer’s Disease to yield an appreciation for health and wellness that is both broad and deep. Jenny is the founder of Simplified Wellness Designs, providing coaching and consulting services worldwide. Her passion is to empower others to optimize their foundational well-being, enhancing their resilience to and recovery from disease and disability.

Author Bio

Catherine Hammond is the CEO and founder of Hammond Law Group, a Colorado-based estate planning law firm she founded in 2005. With a strong focus on protecting families from the legal consequences of disability and death, she creates comprehensive estate plans that minimize taxes, costs, and government interference.

A native of Denver, Catherine completed her undergraduate studies at Coe College in Iowa, and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver College of Law in 1993, concentrating on estate planning, tax, and mediation. Catherine is a member of various professional organizations, including WealthCounsel, ElderCounsel, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Colorado Springs Estate Planning Council, and the Purposeful Planning Institute. Beyond her legal expertise, Catherine provides transformational coaching to support clients and their families through life transitions.

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