Free Staying Sharp Program Saturday, August 29 in Gainesville, Georgia

Are you going to be near Gainesville, Georgia this weekend? If so, please join us Saturday morning, August 29 for our free Staying Sharp forum. It will be an exciting and informational morning that includes a panel discussion from 10 to 11 AM with Swati Gaur, MD, the medical director and owner of Senior Care Office LLC, and Patrick A. Griffith, MD, FAAN, a professor of clinical medicine at SABA University and a member of the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives.  As an added bonus, the session will be moderated by Dr. Griffith’s wife, Marcia Griffith. The panel will discuss the latest information on the aging brain, memory, Alzheimer’s disease, brain health, and more. For the last thirty minutes, they will take questions from the audience.


Dr. Griffith is a returning panelist for the Staying Sharp forum. For a sneak preview of what you can expect from him check out the videos from his past sessions including Mount Vernon, NY, Oakland, CA, and Tallahassee, FL. The Dana Foundation YouTube channel also features shorter video clips from Staying Sharp sessions including one clip from Tallahassee, FL where Dr. Griffith uses the letters D-E-M-E-N-T-I-A to explain the different kinds of dementia.

Saturday’s session will take place at the Gainesville Civic Center at 830 Green Street, N.E., Gainesville, GA. Reservations are highly recommended; space is limited and these forums fill up fast. Register now by calling (877) 926-8300. For more information, e-mail We hope to see you on Saturday!

– Simon Fischweicher

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