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Lifelong Learning

As discussed with successful aging, high mental functioning is a key factor. Lifelong Learning is a great way to maintain high mental functioning. Don’t be afraid to learn to play the piano or join a community recreational sports team. Learning new information and skills can improve the brains functioning. Examples of Lifelong Learning: Learning a new instrument Taking community college classes Starting a garden-challenge yourself with new plants and vegetation Learning new games/sports Joining a club or recreation center Learning different arts-painting, ceramics, etc. And More Resources for Lifelong Learning: Senior Centers Chamber of Commerce Community Colleges City Centers Recreation Centers Rotary Clubs & Organizations near you

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