Live chat with expert: Brooks Kenny

Have you misplaced your keys? Forgot a neighbor’s name? Lost as to why you walked into the kitchen? It can be hard to know if what you’re experiencing is normal or cause for concern. If you’re worried about brain health – for yourself or your loved one – you’re not alone. Brain health is just as important as the health of the rest of our body, especially because the brain is the command center that keeps our bodies functioning. Join Dr. Lakelyn Hogan as she talks with Brooks Kenny, General Manager of BrainGuideTM and Executive Director of WomenAgainstAlzheimer’s, for a discussion on the importance of brain health. Topics covered: 

  • How you can keep your brain healthy 
  • What you should do if you notice changes in your memory
  • How you can help an older loved one with changes in their memory
  • How BrainGuideTM can be a resource for family caregivers 

About the expert

Brooks Kenny
Brooks Kenny is the General Manager of BrainGuideTM and Executive Director of WomenAgainstAlzheimer’s. Brooks is charged with directing its growth strategy through strategic partnerships and marketing initiatives. Brooks is a nationally recognized subject-matter expert in caregiving and is often called upon to speak with groups on topics such as cause marketing and strategic partnerships. Brooks has served in a leadership capacity for various nonprofit governing organizations and committees and has authored white papers, articles and training documents for nonprofit leaders. Brooks has personal caregiving experience caring for her late mother-in-law who lost her battle with Alzheimer’s disease.

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