Daila Boufford 
American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences 
703 706-4600 


Online Event 


Archived Recording:

Am I Losing My Mind?

It happens to all of us . .  .

You can’t remember why you went upstairs.

The title of the movie you saw last night escapes you.

You find yourself at the grocery store without your shopping list.


Fear sets in as many people believe that memory loss and aging go hand-in-hand: as a person gets older his or her memory begins to fail.  This is not true! 

Your memory is only as good as the information that your brain takes in.  If you don't learn it to begin with, you will never remember it.  This new AAFCS webinar will show you numerous strategies for processing new information and then accessing it on demand.  In fact, you will be able to remember like never before!

AAFCS is proud to offer the following educational webinar (1.5 PDUs):

Am I Losing My Mind?

Presented by Andrew B. Crocker

Archived Event - 90-minute program

Register Now!

$35 for AAFCS members ($50 for non-members)

New Bundled Pricing Discount when you purchase 3 webinars together

  In just 90 minutes, here’s what you will learn and discuss: 

  • How your brain takes in new information and processes it
  • How to evaluate and improve your own memory function
  • Effective memory strategies for use by all ages
  • Factors that may enhance or detract from memory function
  • The role of medications, illness, depression

 Learn healthy memory strategies that you can put into action right after the webinar—and use to help others in your classrooms, communities, families, and special programs.

About the presenter: As an Extension Specialist in Gerontology and Health, at the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, Texas A&M, Andrew Crocker's main focus is the health and well-being of the aging population. His role is to support the Family and Consumer Science County Extension Agents in their outreach efforts to the elderly population in their counties. He is the author of a six-lesson series intended to help older adults improve their memories through use of memory strategies, proper nutrition, and medication management.

His research interests include development of web services for older adults as well as sex education and disease prevention in the older adult population.

Andrew holds a B.A. in Biology and an M.S. in Gerontology from Baylor University in Waco, Texas.


Who should register?  Individuals of all ages who are interested in improving their own memory function and preventing memory loss as well as those who work with older adults.


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Register Now! 

$35 for AAFCS members ($50 non-members)   

New Bundled Pricing Discount when you purchase 3 webinars together

If you work at a higher ed institution and would be interested in using this webinar as content in your classroom, please contact Daila Boufford for information on special site license rates!