e-Learning : Brain Health

Presented by
Momiji / JSS / Yee Hong Centre

Wed. Sep 21, 2022, 3:00 – 4:00 pm (English)

The first session of this month of our e-Learning seminar series hosted by Momiji Health Care Society and Japanese Social Services (JSS), joined by Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care to learn about brain health, inviting Alzheimer Society Toronto *Held in English

What is this session about?

This interactive presentation discusses the risk factors of dementia and how healthy lifestyle changes can help improve and maintain the health of brain.

This seminar will aim to :

  • Understand some of the research findings on reducing the risk of developing dementia
  • Recognize how lifestyle plays a role in a person’s risk of developing dementia
  • Commit to take action to reduce the risk of developing dementia

About our Guest Speaker

Presenter :

Nicole Cardenas, Public Education Coordinator (Alzheimer Society Toronto)

Nicole Cardenas is a Public Education Coordinator at the Alzheimer Society Toronto. Nicole began her career working for the Alzheimer Society of Peel in their Adult Day Program for more than 7 years before moving onto a role as a Public Education Coordinator. Her role is to educate and build awareness on the topics of Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia and Brain Health. Nicole also facilitates certificate programs for healthcare professionals on dementia care. In our team, she has focused on providing dementia education to seniors, health care professionals, and the general public.

What is Alzheimer Society Toronto

The Alzheimer Society of Toronto is a registered charity whose mission is to alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias and to promote research. The society does this by providing information, education and support to the general public, people living with dementia and their caregivers and health care professionals.

How to Attend

Anyone interested can attend but pre-registration required. Click the registration button below, and fill and submit it by two days before the session date (Mon, Sep 19). If you have difficulty using online registration system, feel free to contact the hosting agency.

(Registration Form will open from the button above)

Those who registered, will receive an invitation email with the Zoom link and ID/Passcode, by a day before the session date from the hosting organizations. Check your junk box if you can’t find it in your inbox – Email us if you don’t see it anywhere.


1. Auto-email (to confirm what you filled) right after registration

You will receive a confirmation email from the system right after you “Submit” your form (this receipt does not contain the Zoom URL). Make sure to type correct email of yours. If you don’t see it, check your junk folder first, then contact JSS / Momiji.

2. Your Zoom display name should be recognizable to the host

Upon joining, please display your name on Zoom in ways we recognize that you registered. For example, instead of using nicknames or initials, include your first and/or last (e.g. Hanako Y, H. Yamada, Hanako Yamada) . We may not be able to allow you to enter for security purposes if we can’t recognize your name. We’ll show you how to change the display name 5 minutes before the session start.

※Contact JSS/Momiji if you don’t know how to change your Zoom display name.


  • Momiji Health Care Society(Chie):416-261-6683 x.249 / ciw@momiji.on.ca
  • Japanese Social Services (JSS) (Rumiko):416-385-9200 / programs@jss.ca

Zoom – First Time?

If this is the first time you are trying out Zoom, we are more than happy to help you out with downloading and using Zoom, while connecting with you via phone. Please contact us as soon as possible, to book your practice session. *Availability may be limited depending on the number of requests.

**Please note that we most likely can’t help you connecting Zoom on the day of the seminar due to limited staffing. We encourage you to book us for the separate practice prior to the seminar date.

This eLearning series is:

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