Objective: Degenerative disease is a health problem for the elderly, including the decline of cognitive function. The decline in cognitive function is closely related to physical activity, which can stimulate nerve growth and suppress cognitive decline. During physical activity, the brain is stimulated by Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factors (BDNF). It plays a role in maintaining the health of nerve cells. This study aims to determine the impact of activities of the three-in-one method accompaniment as a form of elderly empowerment to prevent the decline of cognitive function. Methods: This study method uses a quasi-experimental pre-test and post-test design with a sample of 30 people. Results: The results of the study indicate the activity of the three-in-one method has an impact on the cognitive function of the elderly. Conclusions: Furthermore, it is recommended for the elderly to be encouraged to do activities or exercise individually or in a group based on the method of three-in-one. For further research, more detailed studies on other age groups are recommended.
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