As we age, many develop concerns about memory, especially when it comes to figuring out what are normal “senior moments” versus what may be the beginning of a more serious memory disorder. In the Memory A2Z Program in the Cognitive Neurology Unit at BIDMC, the latest behavioral, genetic and imaging tests are applied to diagnose and treat a wide range of memory problems. Reassurance is given to those whose memory issues are solely related to age-related change and then individuals are counseled on the latest techniques to promote healthy brain aging. The latest and most advanced treatments are provided to help those with a more significant memory impairment. The program includes a variety of therapies including behavioral, lifestyle and medication interventions to enhance memory and overall quality of life. Our clinicians are on the forefront in the search for even more effective treatments, performing research studies varying from new medications to noninvasive brain stimulation techniques. In addition, strong connections with community resources have been made to help those with memory loss and their caregivers.