This is Your Encore Brain
Exciting Brain Science Findings for Your Encore Business Toolbox
Scientific breakthroughs are revealing the multiple brain-related assets available to us as we age. Don’t miss this 90-minute exploration into the science of Creativity, Grit and the Mature Mind that can propel an encore career. Brain health educator Roger Anunsen will examine evidence-based findings that can leverage your skill, knowledge and experience to create a foundation for your Encore Entrepreneur career.
Wednesday, June 14th, 2017 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
at The Encorepreneur Cafe
1548 NE 15th Ave. Portland OR 97232
Seminar Fee: $20 for pre-registration ($25 at the door)
Participants in seminar will receive:
•Student Discount (44%) on textbook, Strong Brains, Sharp Minds (2017 ed.)
*We will provide handouts for the seminar. The textbook is not required to purchase.
• One month free rent at the Encorepreneur Cafe.
Instructor: Roger Anunsen
Roger Anunsen is a brain health educator and program consultant based in Oregon where he teaches college five gerontology courses in Portland, including The Aging Mind, Applied Legal & Policy Issues in Aging and Cognitive Activity Design.
Roger has been working in the field of memory and aging since 2001 and is a founder and co-principal in MINDRAMP Consulting that provides brain health and wellness events, staff training programs and educational courses. His educational method was developed over the past decade of hands-on experience teaching older adults and health care professionals how to apply the latest breakthroughs from neuroscience. Roger presented the MINDRAMP Method© at the First Global Conference on Ageing at the University of Oxford and, with his MINDRAMP partner Michael C. Patterson who is now based in Los Angeles, conducted a sold-out seven-hour brain health seminar at the Smithsonian Institution.
Anunsen and Patterson have co-authored books including their textbooks Strong Brains, Sharp Minds (2015), Cognitive Activity Design (2015) and Better Brains by Design: (2016)
For more information visit www.mindramp.org