Few things are as frustrating as misplacing the keys – again – or leaving the grocery store with everything except what you wanted in the first place. Just as exercise improves your heart and muscle tone, there are strategies to help strengthen your memory. Tucson Medical Center is pleased to offer a memory education program designed to shore up your memory bank.
TMC Memory Training, offered in collaboration with the UCLA Longevity Center, teaches strategies to address the most common memory complaints, from forgetting names to misplacing objects or forgetting why you walked into a room.
This training is for those with normal, age-related memory challenges. Memory training classes are NOT for anyone who has been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease or is taking medications for memory loss.
There is a $50 fee for the four-week series, which is non-refundable, non-transferable.
For more information on criteria, schedule, location, etc., or to register, contact TMC Senior Services, (520) 324-1960 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding for Brain Health programming was generously underwritten by the Raskob/Paulus Family Challenge Match.