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30 Days to Better Brain Health Challenge

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Our incredibly popular challenge is back for another year! 

It is never too soon or too late to make the lifestyle changes necessary to help improve your brain health; changes that may also help to reduce your risk for Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. That's why the Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay challenges you to participate in this year's 30 Days campaign to achieve better brain health.

The Better Brain Health Challenge is a team-based contest whereby participants receive weekly tasks to complete that work to: challenge their brains, be socially active, choose a healthy lifestyle, and protect their head.  Get four (4) or more friends, family members, or colleagues together and have some fun while getting healthy.  The proof will be in the photos you take...bonus points for creativity and enthusiasm. 

Prizes

Weekly prizes will be awarded each week.
A grand prize will be awarded at the end of the challenge.
Bonus prizes will be awarded for creativity and enthusiasm at the end of the challenge.

Click here for rules and regulations.  Click here to download our poster.

Each team must have a minimum of four people to register.  Each team can have as many participants as they like; however, prizes will be awarded in multiples of four. 

Registration

Registration deadline is May 30, 2014.  To register, please click here or contact Laura Suddaby at (807) 345-9556 or admin@alzheimerthunderbay.ca


Classroom Version

There is also a classroom-adapted version of the challenge.  Teachers in local elementary schools have opportunity to participate with their students for chance to earn special student prizes.

The classroom version will run from June 2 - June 23, 2014.

Click here for classroom rules & regulations.

Registration

Registration deadline is May 30, 2014.  To request your classroom registration package, please contact Laura Suddaby at admin@alzheimerthunderbay.ca or (807) 345-9556. 


If you have any questions, please contact Laura Suddaby at admin@alzheimerthunderbay.ca, (807) 345-9556 or 1-888-887-5140.

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Last Updated: 07/01/14
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