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St. George’s Episcopal Church & Council on Aging of Greater Nashville present:

Quality Aging Series, 2013 –  Reviewing Changes, Chasing Dreams

All sessions are free. Held at St. George’s Episcopal Church, 4715 Harding Rd, 37205.

Reservations are requested for all programs: reserve@stgeorgesnashville.org  or 385-2150 ext 262. Please indicate which ones you will be attending and give your email address. For more information, contact Seawell Brandau 352-4824, brandausj@comcast.net

TUESDAYS:  October 1,  8,  15,  22, and 29,  2013

            9:30     Reception, food, and day sponsor exhibits

10:00   Program until “about 11:00,” (Reserving of front rows for those with hearing reduced)

Handouts from every speaker

            11:00   Question and answer time – Encouragement for personal questions with speaker

Day Sponsors will provide additional important information during reception hour

Door prizes will be awarded

Personal prayers for healing in the chapel

People depart on their own schedules.


October 1 –  “Health for Your Brain and Your Body”– Dr. Susan Potter Bell, Vanderbilt Cardiologist and Geriatrician

Day Sponsors: The Heritage (Emily James); CareGivers by WholeCare (Elizabeth Moss)

October 8 –  “Spiritual and Emotional Health”– Dr. Joy Samuels, Counselor and Pastor

Day Sponsors: The Cumberland at Green Hills (Nell Ann Crowe); Mental Health America (Nancy Pertl,)

October 15 – “Financial Security and Legal Imperatives – Good Planning Means Less Worry” – Mike Yopp, estate and tax lawyer, “2013 Best Lawyer of Year” by Best Lawyers in America   

Day Sponsors:  Medical Bill Review Services (Patsy Kelly); New Castle Reverse Mortgage Specialists (Catherine Holton)

October 22 – “Difficult Conversations – Planning Your Wishes about Your Care and Legacy” – Dr. Sumi Misra, Vanderbilt Geriatrician and Palliative Care

Day Sponsors: Alive Hospice (Baird Dunsmore); Care Advocates with WholeCare (Tammy Hakim)

October 29 – “One Family’s Journey – Three Generations Dealing with End of Life Issues” – Molly and Ed Powell, real-life personal experiences

Day Sponsors:  Aging-in-Place Services (Sara Beth Warne); Park Manor/ Abe’s Garden (Judy Given).

More seminars on the other side – Our new November series! 

New Additions to the Series in 2013

3 November Mini-Seminars – Smaller, more intimate sessions with presentations and personal questions. Meeting at St. George’s, upstairs, rooms Dandridge A and B, use elevator near church office.

“We just couldn’t wait another 12 months to present these important subjects.”

Tuesdays, November 5, 12, and 19 – Coffee 9:30, Program at 10:00am

November 5 – “Affordable Technology Now” –  Jay Wasack, Always Connected Solutions

November 12 -“Early Dementia and Alzheimer’s” – Dr. Angela Jefferson and Stephanie Mayers, Vanderbilt Memory & Alzheimer’s Center

November 19 – “Downsizing and Related Concerns” –  Sara Beth Warne, Aging in Place Services

Reservations are helpful in planning how many handouts to prepare, but come anyway even if you forget to register. These presentations are for YOU. Bring a friend and discuss what you learn.