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Stuck on what to get the person who has everything? Share with your loved ones this Christmas all the benefits of an ABC Active Memory personalised brain training program. A three-month online subscription is now only $27.95 (usually $34.95).

Studies show that with as little as an hour of brain training per week, you can improve the cognitive functions you use every day. And it’s now as easy as jumping online.

Together with partners from the University of Sydney and the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Active Memory has turned science into a series of fun brain games that will challenge your memory, sharpen your attention and exercise your flexibility and knowledge. The personalised training program is scientifically designed and automatically adapts as you play to your own cognitive needs and goals.

For a limited time only, and just in time for Christmas, Active Memory is offering 20 per cent off three-month online gift subscriptions.


LIMITED OFFER: Usually $34.95, you can now share all the benefits of a personalised brain training program with your loved ones for just $27.95.

Why not try it yourself? Sign up for a free trial. And be sure to sign up for newsletters for all the latest brain health tips, techniques, advice and news.

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