Have you ever wondered what is really happening with your memory as you age? Or if your memory is actually failing you? Maybe you are forgetting more often where you parked your car or put your keys. If yes, then this study will be of interest to you. I am studying the potential of a new short term memory training program in answering those questions, as well as teaching some basic memory skills that you can use in everyday life. The aim of this study is to help you feel more secure about your memory and to be able to use it better. This study runs over five mornings over a two-month period.

We are currently looking for older adults aged 60+ who can commit the time to improve their memory. Having a smartphone is good but not essential. At this point of time we are only looking for older adults that have not been diagnosed with neurological disorder such as Dementia and Alzheimer’s and have unimpaired/corrected vision and hearing. The training will be held at the University of Queensland and a certificate of completion will be provided once the training is completed. 

Please contact me on 0425 207 506 or email me at h.jensenfielding@uq.edu.au for more information or if you would like to sign up.

We are looking forward to hearing from you.