MaineHealth’s Peter O. Baker, LCSW, Program Manager for Geriatrics Healthy Aging Team, Maine Health, will share research on and strategies for maintaining cognitive health and well-being across our lifespan. Interested persons can find the flyer and registration link online here.
Ensuring cognitive health and well-being across our lifespan is a goal for many. This program will focus on unveiling optimal strategies for mitigating the risk of cognitive disorders, such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia, as we age. We will delve into the expanding realm of brain health research and explore emerging findings around modifiable risk factors, empowering participants with actionable insights for cultivating and preserving a healthy brain throughout life.
More about our presenter: Peter Baker, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker, specializing in improving the well-being of older adults. As the Program Manager for Geriatrics on MaineHealth’s Healthy Aging team, he spearheads initiatives to enhance the quality of care and resources available to older adults throughout the MaineHealth service region. With a background as the Program Director for the Alzheimer’s Association and extensive experience in long-term care, Peter is deeply committed to elevating the care for individuals living with dementia. He holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Maine Farmington and an MSW from the University of Southern Maine.