Your Memory: What’s Normal, What’s Not, and What to Do About It
Presented by Dr. Maureen O’Connor, Psy.D., ABPP-CN
Dr. O’Connor has a doctorate in psychology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. In 2014 she received a Research, Rehabilitation, and Development SPiRE Award to study the impact of an intervention designed to educate older adults about brain aging and dementia and lifestyle factors that contribute to brain aging. In addition to her ongoing research activities, Dr. O’Connor continues to evaluate and treat individuals with memory loss.
Many people are concerned about brain health as they age. Thanks to medical advances, we are living longer than ever before, and people are seeking solutions to help strengthen their memory and improve brain vitality.
This information-packed workshop with Dr. Maureen O’Connor will:
- review what is normal, age-related memory loss, what is not, and what you can do about it
- help you gain insight from her research, clinical experience and case studies to gather practical tips on simple lifestyle changes you can employ to strengthen your memory.
This live presentation will take place via Zoom. There will be an opportunity to ask questions following the presentation.
Please submit one RSVP per household, unless more than one computer will be used. After you RSVP using the form below, you will receive a confirmation email. This will be followed up with a link to join. We will gladly provide tech support if needed.
You may also contact Carmen Chaisson to register: Email CChaisson@rwmanchester.org or call 603-836-2302.
Please submit your RSVP at least two hours prior to the start time.