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Providing the Canadian population with a science-based and scientifically validated multidomain intervention program.

Through a user-friendly online platform and optional guidance from a healthy lifestyle advisor, Luci addresses three pillars: healthy eating, physical activity, and intellectual stimulation.

Scientific foundations

Luci is evidence-based and relies on proven behavioural change theories in order to promote the prevention of cognitive decline:

Scientific validation process

Based on the ORBIT model for developing behavioural change interventions, our scientific validation process consists of three successive phases: the proof of concept, the pilot feasibility study, and the efficacy study.

The aim is to determine whether the Luci program is effective in helping participants improve their lifestyle habits to promote brain health.

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Scientific committee

Luci’s scientific validation process was established jointly with a scientific committee consisting of six renowned researchers:

Sylvie Belleville

Sylvie Belleville, PhD

Michel Boivin

Michel Boivin, MD

Guy Paré

Guy Paré, PhD

Simon Bacon

Simon L. Bacon, PhD, FTOS, FCCS, FABMR

Kim Lavoie

Kim Lavoie, PhD, FCPA, FABMR

Guylaine Ferland

Guylaine Ferland, PhD


  • Lussier, I., Guillemont, J., Bacon, S.L., Boivin, M., Ferland, G., Lavoie, K., Paré, G. and Belleville, S. (2021), Multidomain interventions for dementia risk reduction: Can we detect a change in the signal?. Alzheimer’s Dement., 17: e053914.