On the Tip of My Tongue

Created by Sarel-koren, Ofra (Director)
Video27 min.Audio: English1991

Daily occurrences of forgetfulness are troubling for any age group, but even more so for older adults. These often result in awkward situations. This video deals with common issues, such as: “Where did I put the keys? Did I turn off the boiler before leaving the house? What did I mean to buy?” The video discusses these natural and common phenomena and offers techniques to help overcome them

Partners: The Joseph and Harvey Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds, the Ministry of Health

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