Resilience & the Brain Webinar


Brain Links is inviting you to a free Learning Opportunity!
When: Mar 8, 2023 10:30 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
Resilience & the Brain
This Webinar is free however registration is needed.  Please follow this link to register in advance:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Are you concerned about having a healthy brain as you age?

Are you concerned about the young people and the people you serve in your life and setting them up for maximal brain health?

Did You Know?  The brain controls how you feel physically and emotionally, how you learn and remember, and your relationships, including how you feel about yourself. Maybe you have been thinking more about your own memory and hope to age gracefully. We will discuss the many negative factors on brain performance, and the positive, research-based steps you can take to improve your brain. We will discuss how beginning to make small changes now can make a big impact on maintaining a healthy brain over time. Learn about the effects of food, attitude, toxins, reducing stress, exercise and more. We will cover tips that can help you to have a healthier brain regardless of your age.



Wendy Ellmo MS CCC/SLP, BCNCDS is a Speech Language Pathologist, Brain Injury Specialist and Certified Brain Health Coach. After working for many years in a Brain Trauma Unit, Wendy became more aware of the need to take care of our brains across our lifetime, whether they have been injured in an accident, or just subject to life’s toxins and challenges. Wendy now works for Brain Links, a grant-funded program of the TN Disability Coalition. Wendy is on the Board of the Healing Heads Foundation.