Successful Aging & Your Brain focuses on understanding how the brain works and maximizing brain function and health. The program includes live public forums, printed resources, and a Youtube playlist.

Successful Aging & Your Brain forums are dynamic discussions by an expert panel followed by a Q&A session with the audience, covering how the brain changes as we age, memory loss, brain diseases and disorders, and maintaining cognitive function. 


Successful Aging and the Brain

We all know people who seem to blossom after 50, or stay sharp into old age. What can we learn from them? Find out what steps you can take to improve your brain fitness, regardless of your age. 

Also available in Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese 
(For download only)

Successful Aging and the Brain Bookmark

Four lifestyle factors contribute to the maintenance of cognitive function: mental activity, physical activity, social engagement, and the control of vascular risk factors.

Also available in Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese
(For download only)

It’s never too late to start living a brain-healthy life! Check out our new 90-second video of four steps to keep your brain working well as you grow older.  

The PSA is also available in Spanish on the Dana Foundation Youtube.

For an archive of earlier Successful Aging & Your Brain sessions, visit the Successful Aging & Your Brain archives.


  Successful Aging & Your Brain puzzles

A series of free downloadable puzzles, based on Successful Aging & Your Brain, is also available. Download here. To download our other puzzles please visit the Brain Awareness Week downloadable resources page.

 Staying Sharp DVD label - Thumbnail

Successful Aging & Your Brain DVD program

Can’t make it to a live Successful Aging & Your Brain forum? Watch the Successful Aging & Your Brain video. Dana Alliance member Dr. Jordan Grafman is the guide for this 29 minute video, which covers what to expect from the aging brain and how to age successfully.

Want to screen the Successful Aging & Your Brain video for your group? Learn more.