Breakthrough Innovations in Parkinson's Treatment
RSVP Below Parkinson’s is the fastest growing neurological disease. Thankfully, a diverse team of professionals at Stanford continues to work diligently toward
Parkinson’s is the fastest growing neurological disease. Thankfully, a diverse team of professionals at Stanford continues to work diligently toward treatment and a cure and to provide widespread assistance to Parkinson’s caregivers. Please join us for an engaging presentation by Steven Russell from Stanford about breakthrough innovations in Parkinson’s treatment, the new definition of the disease, how a multidisciplinary approach improves outcomes, and the latest in non-surgical interventions. Steven’s experience as his father’s primary caregiver brings firsthand perspective to our discussion, and he offers wise advice to help caregivers manage demands and prevent fatigue.
At Kensington Place, our dedicated team members specialize in caring for residents with movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease. We are skilled, prepared and ready to join them in every way on their wellness journey and to lend support to those who love them. As part of our commitment to enhance every resident’s quality of life, we draw from the expertise of professionals to stay current with advances in care and treatment. And we welcome all who need our support.
Light Bites & Beverages by Executive Chef Tony
Presentation by Steven Russell, followed by Q&A
Steven Russell, Stanford Parkinson’s Community Outreach Program, cared for his father with Parkinson’s Disease for the last six years of his life. After his passing, Steven served on several non-profit boards working on resources and support for those living with an atypical parkinsonism or idiopathic Parkinson’s diagnosis. He has worked at the Stanford Parkinson’s Community Outreach Program for 12 years, helping anyone needing information about Parkinson’s. He provides referrals for movement disorder physicians, neurologists, PT, OT, SLP, social workers or psychologists with expertise in movement disorders anywhere in Northern or Central California (whether or not the person is seen at Stanford).
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(Wednesday) 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm PDT
Kensington Place Redwood City
2800 El Camino Real
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