Sep 26, 2018 • News

Welcome to the latest edition of BrainMatters Magazine

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bmcover_march-1.jpgI’m pleased to share with you the full, digital version of the Fall/Winter 2018 edition of BrainMatters Magazine - the second of our Centennial focused editions. You can read it by visiting our magazine’s website here.

This issue’s cover story features a profile on the Grammy-nominated, international electronic dance music producer and supporter of the 2018 Yogen Früz Pinkberry Brain Project, Steve Aoki, who submitted his own brain sculpture and is an advocate of better brain health.

This edition continues to shine a spotlight on some of the exceptional community members and donors who have made an impact on Baycrest through their long-standing support. There are also informative articles on how dancing can help to heal the brain, a review of the latest brain health innovations being developed to prevent dementia in the future… and much more.

Your donations are making a difference in the lives of patients, their caregivers and the community at large. The stories we bring you in BrainMatters reflect how your support is helping to create a world where every older adult enjoys a life of purpose, inspiration and fulfilment. We cannot thank you enough.

On behalf of the Baycrest Foundation, I want to thank you for your ongoing support.

All the best,

Josh Cooper
President and CEO, Baycrest Foundation

P.S. I hope to see you at our 100th Anniversary Gala on October 14, featuring Grammy Award-Winning musical group Earth, Wind & Fire. To purchase tickets or for more information, click here.

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