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FAU Brain Institute Announces 'BrainyDays 2020,' a Celebration of Neuroscience Sponsored by Palm Health Foundation

Florida Atlantic University’s Brain Institute is proud to announce “Brainy Days 2020,” a celebration of neuroscience throughout the month of March and sponsored by Palm Health Foundation. From using magic to study the mind to understanding best practices for educating those with autism, and gaining

Recap: 2020 Better Brain Health Luncheon

Recap: 2020 Better Brain Health Luncheon

Julie Fisher Cummings, Frances Fisher, Joyce Licht Sang, Dusty Sang   Nearly 400 guests were awed by the students, researchers and community leaders who took to the stage to share how they are contributing to a movement in brain health advancement across Palm Beach County during the Palm

Palm Health Foundation's Luncheon Puts Spotlight on Local Talent Advancing Brain Health

Palm Health Foundation's Luncheon Puts Spotlight on Local Talent Advancing Brain Health

West Palm Beach, Fla.– Nearly four hundred guests were awed by the students, researchers and community leaders who took to the stage to share how they are contributing to a movement in brain health advancement across Palm Beach County during the Palm Health Foundation Better Brain Health Luncheon on

Healthier Lake Worth Beach Celebrates Two Years of Behavioral Health Impact

Healthier Lake Worth Beach Celebrates Two Years of Behavioral Health Impact

Healthier Lake Worth Beach (HLWB), a Palm Health Foundation Healthier Together initiative focused on supporting the behavioral health and well-being of residents, held their Second Annual Anniversary Celebration on December 7, 2019 at the Osborne Community Center.  Two hundred community members

The Brain Health Innovation Fund at Palm Health Foundation

The Brain Health Innovation Fund at Palm Health Foundation

Palm Health Foundation is leading the charge on brain health locally and shining a light on what we know is possible -- with your support, we are:     Funding Mental Health First Aid. Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack, this program helps everyday citizens

Western Communities Behavioral Health Advocate to Lead Healthier Glades

Western Communities Behavioral Health Advocate to Lead Healthier Glades

West Palm Beach, Fla.– Antoinita “Annie” Ifill has been appointed to the position of project director, Healthier Glades, a Palm Health Foundation Healthier Together initiative focused on supporting the behavioral health and well-being of Glades residents.  In her new role, Ifill will promote

Palm Health Foundation's Train the Brain Campaign Inspires Better Work/Life Balance

Palm Health Foundation's Train the Brain Campaign Inspires Better Work/Life Balance

Top Employers Take Part to Create a Culture of Wellness in the Workplace   West Palm Beach, FL– In October 2019, Palm Health Foundation empowered thousands of Palm Beach County residents to take charge of their brain health through their annual Train the Brain community health campaign. While

"Night at the Museum" Event Illuminates Importance of Mental Health First Aid

On November 6, 2019 -- Palm Health Foundation together with Alpert Jewish Family Service hosted “Night at the Museum” for 130 guests at the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach to put a spotlight on the need for Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) funding.  MHFA is a nationally renowned,

Beyond Train the Brain

Beyond Train the Brain

    Palm Beach County leaders at a Train the Brain event hosted by Dovecot Farm.   We are in the final week of Palm Health Foundation’s annual Train the Brain campaign, but our work around brain health continues beyond October. Did you know that the foundation has established a Brain

This is Health: Sharonda's Story

This is Health: Sharonda's Story

Palm Health Foundation is working to build a culture of health in Palm Beach County in which all residents have opportunities to thrive and reach their full health potential. One of the ways we are doing this is through the Open Table Poverty Initiative.   A person needs access to healthy