Brain Health and Memory Loss Program

“Inspiring hope and confidence for this difficult journey…”

Individuals and families experiencing concerns about brain health or reacting to a diagnosis can be overwhelmed by questions, decisions, and new emotions. To support them, a planning grant funded by a generous donor enabled the Village to identify the most important components for our growing Brain Health and Memory Loss program:

Care partner support
Referrals to best practice resources,
Community programs, education,
Help for adult children and spouses evaluating memory care programs and facilities.

Brain Health

Working with local and national experts, the Village is implementing brain health initiatives that may significantly delay the onset of dementia and related conditions, as well as improving overall health.

The MIND diet
Navigating Life Transitions
Work and Purpose
Member Stories
Village News


The Village continuously seeks opportunities to surround members with resources that will both support and enrich their lives. Frequently these resources are discovered and shared by members; or are little known but important information; or something we have created ourselves.

Plan Your LifeSpan

A planning tool to identify future health needs developed in collaboration with Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine.

Life Re-Imagined

An on-line tool to guide you to what’s next in well-being, work or relationships.

Stanford Center on Longevity

Ways to use science and technology to solve the problems of people over 50 in order to improve the well-being of people of all ages.

Life 3.0

A Village-created program that provides resources to navigate the transition to a new stage of life.

The Circuit Court of Cook County Elder Justice Center

A court-based resource center which offers services for persons age 60 and older involved in legal proceedings.

Aging and Its Financial Implications: Planning for Housing

Perspective, research and practical insights created by Legg Mason in collaboration with The Center for Innovative Care in Aging at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.