Join Sara Amos, director of Generations Central Adult Day Center in Culpeper, for a discussion of strategies to implement and help support brain health at every age, even if facing a cognitive impairment diagnosis.

This program on April 7 at noon is free and open to the public. The 45-minute program will be held in the education room adjacent to the PWC lobby seating area.

Sara has a bachelor’s degree in Human Development, a master’s degree in Recreation Therapy, and 8 years of experience working with senior adults with cognitive impairments. She is currently the director of Generations Central Adult Day Center, which opened in March 2022. During her graduate studies, she worked with professors at Virginia Tech to develop a brain health course called Memory Masterclass, a 6-week course that highlighted practical and sustainable habits that can protect and boost brain health for individuals living with mild cognitive impairment.