Last Chance to Nominate a Beautiful Mind

There is less than a week to get your nominations in for the “Beautiful Minds: Finding Your Lifelong Potential” photo essay contest!

The National Center for Creative Aging (NCCA) has partnered with life’sDHA™ to seek nominations at beautiful-minds.com for U.S. adults 55 and over who are doing beautiful things with their minds without letting age be a barrier.

Ten individuals will be selected to be featured in a national photo exhibit, “Beautiful Minds: Finding Your Lifelong Potential,” which will travel to multiple cities as part of an educational campaign designed to inspire Americans to maintain better brain health. Submissions will be accepted through April 15.

Launched in 2010, the “Beautiful Minds” campaign celebrates individuals who are keeping their minds beautiful throughout life, and raises awareness of the actions people can take to maintain one of the most vital parts of the body – the brain. 

Entries may be submitted by anyone 55 and over, or by anyone who knows someone 55 and over, who has done extraordinarily beautiful things with his or her mind in the second stage of life. Examples include committing to a healthy lifestyle; maintaining a healthy diet; engaging in intellectual or brain power activities on a daily basis; taking measures to overcome serious illness through mind, body, spirit and nutrition; participating in high-impact physical activities such as running marathons; having a strong commitment to social well-being, or having volunteered to help or educate others.

Visit beautiful-minds.com to nominate someone today!

 

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