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Your Memory – What’s Normal, What’s Not and What to do About it

September 29

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Many people are concerned about brain health as they age. We are living longer than ever thanks to medical advances, and people are seeking solutions to help strengthen their memory and improve brain vitality. Have you ever wondered:

What is the difference between typical age-related memory loss and something more serious?

What are the signs that I should start being concerned about my memory?

Are there things I can do now to strengthen my memory?

Are there lifestyle changes I can make now that will improve my memory?

Join our information-packed session with Dr. Maureen O’Connor, who will answer these and other relevant questions. She will review what is normal, age-related memory loss, what is not, and what you can do about it. You will gain insight from her research, clinical experience, and case studies to gather practical tips on simple lifestyle changes you can make today to strengthen your memory.

Dr. Maureen O’Connor
Associate Director, Boston University’s Alzheimer’s Disease Center Education Core @Director of Neuropsychology, Bedford VA Hospital
Dr. O’Connor was educated at Ithaca College, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Yale University School of Medicine. She is a Member-at-Large of the National Academy of Neuropsychology. Her award-winning research, education and clinical care focus on people with memory disorders. *American Board of Professional Psychology-Clinical Neuropsychology
Tuesday, September 29th at 10 AM
RSVP by filling out the form below or by calling Carmen Chaisson at 603-836-2302 or email [email protected]. Registration space is limited.

Registration must be completed two hours prior to the start time.