Memory & Aging Program

***Please note there are no sessions running at this time. Stay tuned as we set new dates!***

An 8-Hour Education Program Delivered in Weekly Sessions

Some degree of memory change is a normal part of aging. The good news is that research shows that there are many effective strategies and skills you can learn in order to help you remember the things that are important to you.

The goals of the Memory and Aging Program are to help you:

    • Understand what memory is, how it changes with age, and factors that can impact memory for the better or for the worse.
    • Identify and implement changes in your lifestyle to improve your memory.
    • Learn and practice memory strategies to improve your ability to remember everyday¬† things such as names, locations of items, and things you intend to do.
    • Build confidence in your own memory ability.

Who is the Program for?

The program was developed for those who are experiencing normal age related changes in memory, those with mild cognitive impairment, and those who are interested in learning more about this topic. It is relevant for those in early stages of memory loss, but not for those with more advanced memory disorders. Adults of all ages are welcome, although the focus is on seniors.

When and Where is the Program Held?

There are currently no sessions scheduled. Please stay tuned!

What is the Cost?

There is a fee of $100.00 for 8 weekly sessions, which includes a program workbook.

How Do I Sign Up?

Registration is limited and accepted on a first-come first-serve basis. All participants must complete a short screening test for eligibility.

For more information, contact info@the-ria.ca.

The Memory & Aging Program is a joint collaboration between:

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