Saturday March 15, 2014
DOES YOUR MEMORY CHANGE WITH AGE? CLUES FROM NEUROSCIENCE
Do you ever wonder if you are simply experiencing normal aging or are going into some sort of dementia? Maybe you are worried about problems with memory but don't know where to go for help.
Dr. Joel Kramer, Director of the UCSF Memory and Aging Center Neuropsychology Program, will speak about the ways aging and certain diseases affect memory, followed by a question and answer session.
Date: Saturday March 15th
Time: 10-12:00 pm
Place: The Flood Building, 870 Market Street, Room 1185
Bring a brown bag lunch and stay afterwards to talk with old friends or meet new ones.
Everyone is welcome to this important program. Handicap accessible. Contact the OWLSF office, 415-989-4422, for more information.
OWL SAN FRANCISCO
The Voice of Midlife and Older Women
870 Market Street, #905
Welcome to the San Francisco Chapter of OWL
A chance for you to be informed, involved, and empowered.
A place for friendship, learning, and advocating for women.
OWL is the only national membership organization to focus exclusively on critical issues facing women as they age. We work together to improve the status and quality of life for midlife and older women through national, state, and local networks.
Through groundbreaking reports and studies, testimony before Congress, national grassroots campaigns, powerful public education programs, and coalition work with other organizations, OWL is demonstrating that the needs of midlife and older women are the needs of a caring and just society. By speaking on their own behalf, OWL members are making important and lasting improvements in midlife and older women’s lives.