Preventive care was another topic of discussion, with Dr. Fiona Baldwin, also from Kaiser Permanente, talking about memory loss, warning signs of common age-related conditions and the importance of coordinated care. Brendan Underwood presented services from Georgia Relay, a free public service offering telecommunications assistance for deaf and hearing-impaired individuals.
The event was made possible by presenting sponsor Kroger. If you weren’t able to attend Wednesday’s event, you can watch the presentation, as well as the spring panel, on The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s YouTube channel. And be sure to catch the special Aging in Atlanta sections in the Sunday paper on October 10, November 14 and December 5.