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EXPANDING BOUNDARIES. CHANGING LIVES.
 

For those in their retirement years, CILC brings unique learning opportunities.

Search over 1,000 interactive virtual learning programs along with monthly events including Roam from Home and Happy Trails.

 

 

 

LIFELONG LEARNING BUILDS NEW SKILLS, IMPROVES SKILLS YOU ALREADY HAVE

Your mind is a muscle — using and pushing it helps to keep it strong and healthy. Try a new activity,  learn a new skill or expand your base skills and knowledge  to  help maintain brain cells and stimulate communication among them.

 

 

The more you discover about politics, current events or other countries' culture, the more you want to learn. Dedicating yourself to new learning can help break life routines and stimulate new parts of your brain.

LIFELONG LEARNING NURTURES CURIOUS MINDS

 

 

LIFELONG LEARNING OPENS MINDS AND INCREASES WISDOM

Learning to think differently can have longstanding effects on your brain. An important part of lifelong learning is the exchange of viewpoints and ideas through discussions with other learners.  These discussions helps us see the other side of an issue and gain perspective.

 

 

Learning throughout your life can improve self-esteem and increase optimism and life-satisfaction. Learning a new skill can also boost belief in your own abilities. By learning something new and working to recall it later for discussions, you are protecting short-term memory.

LIFELONG LEARNING IMPROVES MEMORY AND INCREASES SELF-CONFIDENCE

 

Sources: brainmdhealth.com, selfgrowth.com,  and seniorliving.net,