Every day many senior adults experience a foggy brain, a sluggish brain, and poor short-term memory. The immediate concern is whether the symptoms they are experiencing are a result of a senior moment or possibly early Alzheimer’s and dementia. Research has uncovered that a lot of cognitive decline in senior adults is actually caused by their medicine. Join us as we discuss how your medication may be affecting your memory.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER: Brian Browne MS CSA
Brian Browne is the president of Cognitive Care Management and the founder of Dementia Care Education and is a Research Consultant to the Cleveland Clinic. He brings over 25 years of experience as an expert in Alzheimer’s/dementia research, healthy aging, cognitive health, and cultural competency.
Mr. Browne is a noted public speaker and a frequent lecturer at meetings and conferences regionally and nationally. Mr. Browne has been featured by many media outlets and produces regular content for various Alzheimer’s publications. His research interests include examining the role of modifiable risk factors and lifestyle intervention to prevent cognitive decline in dementia.