Workshop offers tips to ward off memory loss

Memory PLUS (Practice Laughter and Useful Strategies) is a program designed for seniors 55 and over

Are you worried about your memory or the memory of someone you know?

Silver Threads Service is offering a free workshop for seniors to learn tools and strategies to help with memory loss.

The workshop is this Monday (Feb. 2) from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Victoria Centre, 2340 Richmond Rd.

Lisa Coulson, program coordinator of the Memory PLUS program, will present some ideas for challenging memory and have fun while doing it.

Memory PLUS (Practice Laughter and Useful Strategies) is a program designed for seniors 55 and over to keep their minds engaged and sharp through conversation and connections.

Memory PLUS is designed on the premise that whatever your age you can always improve your cognitive function through daily activities, lifestyle and good health practices.

Silver Threads Service is a charitable, not-for-profit society that provides programs and services that enhance social connections and well-being for seniors.

For more information, please call 250-388-4268.

 

 

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