The Oswego Senior Center will be offering free memory screenings by appointment from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 12.
Memory loss can take on different forms, from misplacing your belongings to forgetting to eat or forgetting to complete other activities of independent living such as paying bills.
And while it is a common concern for many older adults, memory loss is not considered to be a part of normal aging.
There are many known causes, such as Alzheimer’s, depression, and vitamin and nutrition deficiencies.
If you or your loved one have memory concerns, make an appointment for a free memory screening with Senior Center Executive Director Sandy Pastore, MSW.
It takes 15 minutes and can indicate if you might benefit from a more comprehensive evaluation.
This evaluation is not used to diagnose illness and should not be used in place of physical consultation.
Call 630-556-5402 for an appointment.