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HEI: Clinical of Pearls: Age-Related Changes in Memory and Cognitive Processing
Date & Time:
Tue, Jan. 24, 2023 | 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Join us on Tuesday, Jan. 24 at Noon (EST) as the Global Center for Healthcare Education presents a virtual presentation on the "Age-Related Changes in Memory and Cognitive Processing", featuring Dr. Lynda Hall, Research Fellow in the College of Health and Public Administration at Franklin University.
Millions of Americans over age 65 suffer from various forms of dementia, but the typical pattern of cognitive aging is more robust and includes gains as well as losses in task performance as we age.
During the presentation, Dr. Hall will describe typical changes observed in older adults as well as evidence of practices that promote optimal cognitive function. Understanding this information can help us relate to the older adults in our lives and adopt strategies that promote healthy aging.
This is definitely an event you do not want to miss!
Please register below if you are interested in attending this event.
- Current Students