Brain Health & Cognition

Michelle Mintz, M.S., CCC-SLP

Brain/Cognitive Health Specialist for Ages 18 and beyond

Some say, "It's never too late", I say, "It's never too early."


Do you have trouble remembering your schedule for the day?

Are you having trouble recalling if you took your medication?

Do you ask yourself, "Where am I supposed to be right now?"

Is remembering names a struggle?


Do you have trouble following other's stories?

Are you having trouble keeping your mind on what your doing?

Have you found it more challenging to have conversations?

Is it hard to do more than one thing at a time?

Boost Your Brain Health in Fun Ways!

Cognition, or the process of thinking, learning, and understanding, starts from the moment we are born. Keeping our brains healthy and strong is super important because it helps us stay sharp, make smart choices, and stay independent as we get older.

Think of your brain like a muscle that loves to work out! You can exercise it by engaging in fun activities like solving mind-bending puzzles, learning new skills to help with memory, and staying socially active. Make brain health a fun adventure and enjoy a lifetime of mental fitness!





Wanting Preventive Stimulation?

Feeling Unfocused?

Experiencing Brain Fog?

Encountering Feelings of Being Overwhelmed?

Sensing Changes in Memory?

Enduring Difficulty With Organization?

Having Word Retrieval Concerns?

Observing Accident Side Effects?

Seeking Support with Stroke Recovery?

Undergoing Diagnosis with Parkinson's or ALS?

Wishing for Help with Beginning Dementia?







Michelle Mintz, M.S., CCC-SLP, is a distinguished Speech-Language Pathologist with over 25 years of experience in early childhood development and adult cognitive health. She founded MEET MICHELLE MINTZ to empower families in nurturing communication, connection, and cognitive development from infancy through adulthood. Michelle’s special gift lies in her ability to unlock the doors of communication. Her innovative programs, like Baby Blooming Moments and Parenting 911, offer personalized coaching to integrate enriching activities into daily routines, fostering strong brain connections, reducing behavioral issues, and strengthening family bonds.

In addition to her expertise with children, Michelle's significant roles at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and UCLA Medical Center, helped her design specialized programs in adult cognitive health, focusing on nourishing, retaining, and maintaining brain health. Her Cognitive Health programs are designed to enhance brain function through cognitive exercises that promote long-term brain health.

Michelle holds a Master's degree from Boston University and is certified by ASHA. She authored "All Done Binky!", co-hosts "This, That...Let's Chat!", and speaks at national conferences. Inspired by her adult son, Michelle blends personal passion with professional dedication to support families from infancy to adulthood. Her comprehensive approach promotes exceptional development and strengthens family connections. Outside of her work, Michelle enjoys yoga, gardening, painting, and spending time with her Japanese Spitz, Skyler.

Discover How You or Your Loved One Can Bloom

Let Michelle,
Brain & Cognitive Health Specialist,
Empower You To Nourish, Retain, and Maintain Your Thinking Skills

FREE 30 Minute Consultation