Macon, GA, March 14, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- This week Pilot International works with clubs around the world to promote Brain Awareness Week. Informational and interactive resources will be used by the more than 300 clubs to promote brain safety tips and facts related to brain injuries.
Pilot International is also pleased to showcase its BrainMinders™ program for children, youth and older adults. BrainMinders™ is a signature program of Pilot International introduced in 2001. The program was enhanced and expanded in 2017, and Pilots and Anchors use it in their communities throughout the country. Its educational and entertaining curriculum covers a broad span of brain health and safety topics. For children, the topics include personal fitness, bus safety, playground safety, seat belt use, fire safety, gun safety, bullying and more. For youth, parents and teachers, brain health and safety resources are now available on their Pilot website at www.pilotinternational.org/member-resource-category/brainminders-resources/. For older adults, the topics cover brain exercises and safety tips. While we are energized to promote brain health and safety this week, we have always had a focus on brain safety and will continue our efforts when the week is complete. To get updates on their most recent and ongoing endeavors, follow them on FB at www.facebook.com/pilotinternationalheadquarters/.
About Pilot International - Pilot International is a community-based volunteer service organization founded in 1921 in Macon on the principles of friendship and service. The name “Pilot” was inspired by the mighty riverboat pilots of that day who represented leadership and guidance.
With more than 7,200 members in some 300 Pilot Clubs, Pilots can be found across the U.S., the Bahamas, Japan and South Africa. Pilots carry out their mission to “Do More, Care More and Be More” by providing financial and hands-on support for national and local initiatives in keeping with its causes of youth development and leadership, brain safety and fitness, and caring for families in times of need. Also, there are more than 7,500 school-level Anchor Club members worldwide.