Has it ever happened to you? You know the word you want, but it takes its own sweet time finding its way from brain to mouth. Or maybe it was just a name: at a party you start to introduce two of your friends to each other and you can't remember one person's name--and it's usually the name of the person you know best!
If you have ever had reason to be concerned about the health of your brain, and you're in our part of the Northwest, please join us
Tuesday, July 31st, 6-7:30 at the Smullin Center
next to the Asante Rogue Regional Hospital
for our monthly talk on brain health. Each month we look at the huge topic of brain health and cognitive decline, choosing one particular slice of information on which we can focus, learn about the latest research and at the end of the evening, walk away with some useful tips for our own brains.
The talk for this month will be an eagle's eye view, with some down to earth takeaways, and you'll be able to:
- Know the difference between "a senior moment" and worrisome signs of dementia
- Figure out what might be your dementia risk, and more importantly
- Three things you can do right now to improve your brain health!
Please join us: all our talks are free, start promptly and have plenty of time for questions and a bit of just hanging out for a chat!