What’s Normal, What’s Not, and What to do About it
Have you ever wondered…
What is the difference between typical age-related memory loss and something more serious?
What are the signs that my loved-one or I should start being concerned about our 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 us at The Amsterdam for an 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 and clinical experience and gain practical tips on simple lifestyle changes you can make today to strengthen your memory.
Dr. Maureen K. O’Connor Psy.D., ABPP-CN | Associate Director, Boston University’s Alzheimer’s Disease Center Education Core and Director of Neuropsychology, Bedford Veterans Hospital. Dr. O’Connor was educated at Ithaca College and Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She completed her predoctoral internship at Yale University School of Medicine and postdoctoral fellowships at Weill Cornell Medical Center/Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Boston University School of Medicine/Bedford Veterans Hospital. She has served on the board of the Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society and the National Academy of Neuropsychology. Her research is focused on the development of interventions for individuals with memory loss.