Insights on Aging—Understanding Normal Age Related Cognitive Changes

Speaker: Christie Norrick, MSW, Project Manager, Leonard Schanfield Research Institute

Many people worry about their ability to concentrate and remember as they get older, noticing that they cannot learn new information or recall things as quickly as they could before. In this presentation, we will discuss normal aging-related cognitive changes that should not cause concern. Information about changes that are not normal and could be symptoms of disease such as dementia will also be covered. Participants will learn how to recognize “red flag” changes in themselves and others, and find out what steps can be taken if those changes are present. Resources for future reference will be provided.

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Insights on Aging Understanding Normal Age Related Cognitive Changes

 

 

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Location

Bernard Horwich Building-Virtual Zoom Meeting
3003 W Touhy
Chicago, IL 60645
United States

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773.508.1000

Contact

Sharon Dornberg-Lee
Sharon.Dornberg-Lee@cje.net