Kevin Riley, Editor of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, will once again moderate the panel. Kroger is the presenting sponsor, and will provide a panelist for the virtual event. Returning panelists include Shannon Pawley, J.D., LL.M., Attorney & CEO for the Estate and Asset Protection Law Firm, Michelle Blalock, PharmD, a pharmacist for the Kroger Co., and Brenden Underwood, outreach coordinator for Georgia Relay. Among new speakers is Dr. Paula Bloom, practicing clinical psychologist and Area Chief of Behavioral Health at Kaiser Permanente. Also joining the panel is Dr. Fiona Baldwin, a Lead Physician at Kaiser Permanente. She specializes in Family Medicine with a particular focus on preventative care.
Topics will include staying healthy, accessing senior resources, estate planning and asset protection, immunizations, staying engaged with your community, mental health and managing prescription mediation.
And be sure to catch our special sections in the Sunday paper on Oct. 10, Nov. 14 and Dec. 5.
Go to ajc.com/agingevents to RSVP. Once there, you can submit questions in advance for our speakers. Registration automatically gives you a chance to win a $50 Kroger gift card.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Aging in Atlanta Fall 2021 Virtual Event
4 p.m.-5 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 6 on Facebook and YouTube
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