Dr. Andrew Budson Author Event

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Dr. Andrew Budson

Author of Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory

Wednesday, April 25th at 7pm - at Manhattan Beach Library

Free Event - RSVP Here


Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory, explains how individuals can distinguish changes in memory due to Alzheimer's versus normal aging, what medications, vitamins, diets, and exercise regimes can help, and the best habits, strategies, and memory aids to use, in seven simple steps.

Dr. Andrew Budson, is on a crusade to educate the aging population about memory and thinking and help them understand the difference between normal aging and Alzheimer's Disease.  

He is Chief of Cognitive & Behavioral Neurology, Associate Chief of Staff for Education, and Director of the Center for Translational Cognitive Neuroscience at the Veterans Affairs (VA) Boston Healthcare System, Associate Director for Research at the Boston University Alzheimer¹s Disease Center, Professor of Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine, Lecturer in Neurology at Harvard Medical School, and Consultant Neurologist at the Division of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, Department of Neurology, at Brigham and Women¹s Hospital. He is also the Medical Director of the Boston Center for Memory, located in Newton, Massachusetts.

We hope you can join us!



Event date: 
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 - 7:00pm
Event address: 
1320 Highland Ave.
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory: What's Normal, What's Not, and What to Do about It Cover Image
ISBN: 9780190494957
Availability: On Our Shelves Now - Call to check if you are picking up at store
Published: Oxford University Press, USA - August 1st, 2017

As you age, you may find yourself worrying about your memory. Where did I put those car keys? What time was my appointment? What was her name again? With more than 41 million Americans over the age of 65 in the United States, the question becomes how much (or, perhaps, what type) of memory loss is to be expected as one gets older and what should trigger a visit to the doctor.