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Advanced Training Available at the Peer 2 Peer Monthly Sessions

Advanced Training Available at the Peer 2 Peer Monthly Sessions


Out of the Training and Into the World: Part I

Into the World: Part II (Marketing)

How Inflammatory Conditions, Auto-Immunity & Infections Affect Neurological Health

Family of Dementias

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Ayurveda - Healthy Lifestyle for Body, Mind, and Soul


In 2019 I took the Brain Longevity training through ARPF, and it changed my life. By adapting the lifestyle changes recommended in the Four Pillars and practicing Kirtan Kriya, my health and energy improved dramatically. I am a Family Care Consultant for the Dementia Help Center in the Palm Springs, CA area; I work with caregivers who take care of loved ones with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia at home. Now I can offer ways to help them create high levels of brain fitness and reduce their own risk of developing AD. 

When ARPF sent out a survey to all BLTT graduates in 2021 asking how ARPF could offer continuing service, a group of us volunteered to look at the results and identify the needs for continuing education and networking. From there the Peer to Peer Series (P2P) was born to keep us updated on the cutting-edge of Alzheimer’s research and to learn more about how to deliver and market the Brain Longevity information in our communities. P2P is focused on delivering quality monthly programs and continuing to survey what graduates need so the series is a living, breathing, changing, responsive framework for knowledge and diversity.

The more knowledge we gain, the more we conquer the fear of the unknown. We are a force of hope.

 Mary Lou Green, BA, MA, CDP
Family Care Consultant for Dementia Help Center

What Does Your Brain Longevity® Specialist Membership Mean?

Your Brain Longevity Specialist membership is a professional membership given only to those who graduate from the Brain Longevity Therapy Training, a training program taught by faculty of the Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation.

This professional affiliation is available only to allied healthcare providers,  yoga teachers/therapists and caregivers. 

Membership Only $125/year. These Are Your Benefits:

  • Six continuing education webinars per year with experts related to the 4 Pillars of Alzheimer's Prevention, including access to cutting edge researchers

    About Continuing Education: I was really impressed with Chris' [Walling]  presentation. He is an amazingly talented individual and I would call this the understatement of the year. I've done research throughout my career and was so impressed by the breath of his knowledge. Everything about it was perfect, making the complex accessible to the novice is an art that he has mastered.  - Ginette L., Ph.D., Neuropsychologist
  • Access to the full version of all the new scientific papers concerning studies sponsored by ARPF
  • Networking with all the other Brain Longevity Specialist via the Facebook private group
  • Special discounts on purchase of bulk quantities of ARPF materials, books, CDs, etc, to use as educational materials for your classes
  • Access to downloadable flyers and materials that you can use when you deliver your workshop to engage your audience
  • Up to date information on trends and other significant developments in the field of healthy aging and brain health, which you can use to market yourself and add depth to your presentations
  • Exclusive Previews: You'll be the first to receive an explanation of each new paper and the meaning of ARPF research in non-medical language, easy to transmit to your audience, by ARPF President Dr. Dharma  

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    • 12 Dec 2023
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PST)

    We at ARPF had a great year of celebrations of our 30th Anniversary. It’s been a lot of fun.

    The last 30 years have been an incredible journey, and we are honored to contribute to Alzheimer’s becoming a preventable disease.

    Before the end of the year, we want to offer an opportunity for you to meet with our team in an intimate setting. 

    You are invited to a Meet and Greet of ARPF Board and staff! 

    Come ask your questions and learn more about our service to the community, our accomplishments, and how much we appreciate you!

    ARPF Meet & Greet
    Date: Tuesday, December 12th
    Time: 4 pm PT / 7 pm ET
    Duration: 60 minutes
    Hosts: Kirti Khalsa, ARPF CEO and ARPF team

    This is an informal meet and greet to get to know us, you can stay as little or as long as you wish. 

    All the participants will receive a gift: our brand new White Paper "The Leading Research on the Prevention of Alzheimer's Disease." 

    We hope you can join us and look forward to seeing you soon.

Alzheimer's Research & Prevention Foundation
Phone (888) 908-5766
Fax (520) 838-9855

PO Box 30783 
Tucson, AZ 85751-0783

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The Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation is a leading global Alzheimer's disease (AD) prevention organization, funding more Alzheimer's prevention integrative medicine research than any other non-profit, while providing educational outreach to laypeople, healthcare providers and caregivers on the 4 Pillars of Alzheimer's Prevention.

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