Addressing Memory Issues: New Perspective
Group meetings provide a supportive environment in which individuals can gain insight into memory issues and develop better coping skills. The group’s agenda will respond flexibly to the needs of group members. Meetings are led by Shamala Kanchan, MD, who has extensive experience treating memory disorders.
The group is primarily designed for people who have a family history of dementia, who care for a relative with dementia, or who worry that their memory may become worse. Potential members should not have a diagnosis of dementia or other cognitive impairment.
Community Education Series
December 2017 Topics
- The Role of Sleep in Cognitive Impairment and Decline
- Sexuality and Aging