Speaker Friday, February 16, 2024
Dementia, Aging and Memory Loss Over Time
Join the Green Hills Rotary Club for our weekly meeting on Friday, February 16th at 7:15am as we welcome Dr. Rob Quinn to speak on the important topic of dementia and memory loss.
Many of us have an elderly family member or friend diagnosed with some form of dementia. Dr. Quinn will discuss how to distinguish between normal age-related memory changes versus early signs of cognitive decline that may indicate dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
He will also share tips and strategies for maintaining brain health to potentially minimize memory loss as we age, even if experiencing normal cognitive changes.
With over 40 years experience in family medicine including caring for dementia patients in nursing homes, Dr. Quinn brings extensive expertise to this discussion. A graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, he grew up in Nashville and recently retired from private practice, now volunteering at Meharry’s clinic weekly.
Please join us this Friday morning to network with fellow Rotarians and gain valuable insights from Dr. Quinn’s presentation on memory care. All guests are welcome!
Our Current Speaker Schedule
|Lisa O’Dell, Volunteer for SCORE “Starting A Small Business” – Arm of the SBA
|Rob Quin — “Dementia, Aging and Memory Loss Over Time”
|Andrea Prince plus Hank Davis– “Rebuilding Nashville” plus “Rotary Service Project Planning”
|Karen Woolridge — Does America have a literacy problem or a poverty problem ?
|David Delaney — “The Root Down”…About Education
|Eden Murrie, Air Force Veteran — “Operation Stand Down…Background and Value”
|Mary Coyle — PhD Candidate at Vandy – “What Is AI and it’s impact on hospitals?”