In a 2017 report, a committee of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine evaluated the most rigorous, up-to-date research on how to prevent cognitive decline and dementia, as well as recommended ways to conduct future prevention research. This video, featuring several members of the committee, highlights the report's conclusions and recommendations.
Neurological damage can begin a decade before a patient exhibits symptoms of dementia. That's why new research in cognitive decline focuses on early intervention rather than treatment or reversal. Our video for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine outlines three top intervention strategies. Professionals Alan Leshner, Marilyn Albert, Lisa Barnes, and Story Landis define the scope of the issue in this video briefing.
Project: Preventing Cognitive Decline and Dementia: A Way Forward
Client: The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine
Production: Astro Motion Pictures
Director: Will Chilton
Featuring: Alan Leshner, Marilyn Albert, Lisa Barnes, and Story Landis
Art Direction: Fabian Tejada
Title Sequence: Fabian Tejada
Motion Graphics: Fabian Tejada
Editor: Will Chilton
Design / Illustration: Tae kim
Sound Design: Chris Mastellone