Welcome to the HABIT page for people living with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and program participants. The HABIT Program is for individuals with MCI and their loved ones to learn the best strategies for adapting, coping, and living their best lives with MCI.
Follow the HABIT page to receive updates and information about adjusting to MCI and combating dementia. Our goal is to connect you with others and provide you with information and support.
This week we wanted to share a story/video recently done for Mayo Clinic by one of our Mayo Clinic Florida Colleagues, Dr. Beth Rush.
You can watch the short Mayo Clinic Minute video here:
Mayo Clinic Minute: Three Tips to Reduce Holiday Stress
And, read the full story [...]
Many of us naturally get the idea of keeping a "To Do" list or task list of things we need to get done. This may have been recommended to you, or perhaps you started doing it more on your own after the diagnosis of Mild Cognitive Impairment. But, how do [...]
I recently had the pleasure of attending an incredible concert performed by men and women living with MCI or dementia, along with support partners, family members, and volunteers. The goal of this chorus, the Resounding Voices Chorus in Rochester, MN, and many others like it, is to “celebrate the [...]
There are many reasons for keeping the legs strong including reducing fall risk, improving metabolism, and getting out of a chair with more ease. Additionally, according to a British study done on twins, published in 2015, there is also a link between brain health and leg strength.