First you can’t remember where you left your keys. Then an acquaintance’s name just won’t come to you.
Is it just old age or is it a memory disorder? Sometimes it’s hard to tell and not knowing can be equally as frustrating as forgetfulness itself.
The best way to head off memory loss and to figure out if that is in fact what you’re experiencing is to talk with your doctor and discuss your concerns. Of course, it’s not always easy or convenient to get to the doctor. Dr. Lily Jung-Henson, of the Swedish Neuroscience Institute, holds free community classes that cover these issues and allow you the chance to get some of your questions answered.
Partnering with Dr. Arpan Waghray, Medical Director for Behavioral Health at Swedish, and other members of the Swedish Rehab Services team in Issaquah, Dr. Jung-Henson will be holding a class called “Taking Control of Your Brain Health” on Saturday, September 29.
This free class will be held at the Swedish/Issaquah hospital in the Highlands from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and will help you answer questions such as:
- Is my memory loss normal?
- What are memory disorders?
- What can I do to prevent/slow memory loss?
Come with questions and prepare to get some answers and practical tips from members of the Swedish team so you can start taking control of your brain health.
Registration is required - click here to register for the class or call 206-386-2502 for more information and to reserve a space in the class.