Movement Disorders / Parkinson's Disease
This class series
is appropriate for patients and caregivers dealing with the diagnosis of
Parkinson's disease. Classes are held weekly. Topics include:
Parkinson's disease and treatment overview, rehab therapies for
Parkinson's disease, speech therapy, and surgical intervention.
View Upcoming Classes > The Magnitude of Parkinson's Disease: Body, Mind and Mood
Attendees will learn about the changes that occur in people with
Parkinson’s disease, and coping skills for both those living with the
disease and their families. Complimentary breakfast will be served.
Saturday, April 5, 2014 | 8:30 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
Hoag Hospital Conference Center Newport Beach
3900 Pacific Coast Highway, Room CC1 & 2
Newport Beach, CA 92663Register Online >
Memory & Cognitive Health
Healthy Brain Aging 2014: The Latest Update
Join us for an informative discussion on how to prevent memory loss and other cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders (ADRD). Learn about ADRD risk factors and their management, how to recognize the early signs of memory loss, and what we can do about it. Presented by William R. Shankle, M.D., program director, Hoag Memory & Cognitive Disorders.
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The Judy & Richard Voltmer Sleep Center is offering a program to treat insomnia
. The six-week course is designed to break the pattern of insomnia through cognitive-behavioral therapy and teach participants coping techniques to alleviate their insomnia and improve quality of life. Enrollment in this course is $100. Register now >
MS Essentials Class Series
The Multiple Sclerosis Program of Hoag Neurosciences Institute is proudly offering a free educational five-week class series for patients and caregivers dealing with the diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis. Topics include: Memory and cognition concerns, exercise and physical therapy, emotional well-being, social service concerns, overcoming fatigue, and an overview of MS.View Upcoming Classes >