CARY, NC, March 13, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- SearStone, a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community being developed in Cary, is proud to present the return to the Triangle area of leading brain health expert Dr. Paul Nussbaum. Dr. Nussbaum will address "Turn on Your Brain: The 5 Steps to Keep Your Mind Young and Sharp" on Thursday, April 4 at 2 p.m. at Prestonwood Country Club, 300 Prestonwood Parkway, in Cary.
Last September, Dr. Nussbaum spoke to a packed room in Cary on the topic of "How Healthy is Your Brain?" For this presentation, he will discuss how to turn on your brain and its 100 million interconnected nerve cells through the five factors critical for brain health: physical activity, nutrition, mental stimulation, socialization and spirituality.
Dr. Nussbaum is a nationally recognized expert on brain health and how lifestyle can affect cognitive powers. A licensed clinical neuropsychologist, he has spent 25 years focused on the care of people suffering with dementia and related disorders. His latest book, "Save Your Brain," was just named to AARP's Top Books for Brain Fitness.
"We had tremendous response to our previous event featuring Dr. Nussbaum, and it's an honor to host him once again," said Morgan Lamphere, director of sales and marketing for SearStone. "When residents start moving into SearStone this fall, they'll definitely experience a lifestyle that is conducive to mental and physical health."
Attendees are asked to RSVP for this free presentation by calling 919-466-9366 or by visiting http://www.searstone.com/events. Refreshments will be served. The first 20 to RSVP and attend will receive a signed copy of Dr. Nussbaum's book.
For more information on Dr. Nussbaum, visit http://www.paulnussbaum.com.
For more information about SearStone, visit http://www.searstone.com or call (919) 466-9366. Visit SearStone's Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/SearStoneRetirementCommunity or follow @SearStone on Twitter.
SearStone is a continuing care retirement community being developed on the southeast corner of High House Road and Davis Drive in Cary. The community is not-for-profit and will offer several different home styles for independent residents 62 years and older. SearStone will give residents exclusive access to long-term-care services such as home health care, assisted living and nursing care. SearStone has been mentioned in numerous national publications such as The New York Times and is currently accepting deposits for membership. For more information, visit http://www.searstone.com, call (919) 466-9366 or attend one of our events.---
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