LYNNE PERSONOffering classes in the metropolitan area of Washington DC (DC, MD and VA)
BSc (Psychology), MSc (Management), ABD (Education)
Lynne Person was born in Washington, DC. A passionate advocate for others, she began her professional career as a job coach for people with intellectual disabilities Since that time, she has devoted her career to supporting others through her service in government, for profit and non-profit organizations, including her role as the District of Columbia’s Long-Term Care Ombudsman.
Lynne graduated from Howard University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She later earned a Master of Science in Management from Thomas Edison State University and an ABD in Education from Argosy University. She also attended the Howard University School of Divinity.
Lynne currently resides in the District of Columbia with her family. She enjoys reading, writing, music, traveling, serving others, and spending quality time with family and friends.
Lynne will be offering classes in the Metropolitan area of Washington DC (DC, MD and VA).
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY
Very valuable hints to encourage healthy memory. Thoroughly enjoyable and non-threatening. Younger people need to be encouraged to take the course.
Very clearly presented. Good balance between information and practice. Most people do not know you can reverse your ‘brain loss’.
This has been such a reassuring course – great to know there are lots of ways I can keep my brain active and sharpen my memory.
‘I am thoroughly enjoying Memory Tune. It has become part of my day. I am already feeling more alert and confident. I can remember all the images and the words from the first Tune of a week ago!’
I find myself getting more alert and conscious of what is happening in my brain: that all-important: focus, connect, rehearse. Maybe there really is hope for my memory yet! Thank you for your on-going support and encouragement.
The course has been so enjoyable and it’s with real enthusiasm that I leave each week to test my knowledge. Absolutely inspiring. It’s like eating something delicious and wanting more.