'You have to keep your brain active at our age'
"IT'S MARVELLOUS, isn't it?" said 82-year-old Phyllis Wielobob as she played an interactive "brain training" game for the first time.
"I don't think I should do anymore, I shall wear myself out," said the widow from Chelmsford, who stopped by at the Making Memories dementia roadshow in Chelmsford's High Chelmer shopping centre on Tuesday, which is encouraging the elderly to stay active in a bid to delay the onset of dementia.
"I have been on my own for 29 years so I do get worried about what would happen if I did suffer from dementia," said Phyllis.
"You get a bit forgetful and you go into a room and wonder why you've gone in there, although I don't worry too much about forgetting little things like that.
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