Are medications affecting your memory?
Students from the College of Pharmacy invite community members to the Aging and Disability Resource Center Safe Medication Use Clinic for memory screening and/or reviewing medications from 8 a.m. to noon on Thursday, Nov. 14.
“It’s a few days ahead of the National Memory Screening Day, but we are hoping to address medication aspects that can affect memory. We also welcome the kupuna of our community and concerned family members to attend our free medication education clinic, ongoing,” said pharmacy Professor Katherine Anderson, Pharm.D.
“The clinics are held at ADRC, at 1055 Kinoole St., on Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to noon. On Friday, we extend our hours until 2 p.m. for people who need an afternoon appointment. We welcome all your medication questions.”
Please call the Aging and Disability Resource Center at 961-8600 to set up an appointment.
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