Heather Palmer is currently the National Director, Cognitive Well-Being and the Founder and Director of Cognitive Rehabilitation for Maximum Capacity Inc and the National Director of Well-Being at Amica Senior Lifestyles. After completing her PhD in Neuropsychology from the University of New South Wales Australia, she carried out a 3 year postdoctoral fellowship at the Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Centre and then went on to become the Research Director for the Alzheimer Society of Canada. With over 30 years of scientific and clinical experience in the area of brain-behaviour relationships. Heather has been inducted into the Havergal College Hall of Distinction for her contribution to seniors brain health. Heather was may publications and speaks internationally on the topic of neurocognitive rehabilitation for seniors and cancer survivors. She designs and teaches techniques and strategies to help people ‘re-wire’ their brain so they can think, feel and function their best.
Associate and Member – Board of Advisors