CELEBRATING OUR STROKE COMMUNITY – FALL 2019
A B I L I T I E S R E S O U R C E F O R U M
Tuesday, September 17, 10AM – 3PM
Sobrato Conference Center – Redwood City
Friday, September 20, 10AM – 3PM
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center – San Jose
About Ability Resource Forum 2019
It is all about ABILITY! Pacific Stroke Association (PSA) is proud to bring to the community the Ability Resource Forum in September. This program will be offered in two locations in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Stroke survivors, family caregivers, home health aides, home care providers, clinicians, and those working with people with brain injury are welcome to attend.
These programs include educational and inspirational presentations, exhibitors demonstrating latest rehabilitation technology and products, and fun activities for clinicians, stroke survivors and caregivers. CEUs are offered.
The GOAL of the two-day program is to share useful information and resources offered by exhibitors and to offer continuing education opportunities to clinicians working with stroke survivors.
For information about vendor participation at Ability Resource Fair 2019, email us at email@example.com.
Topics and Speakers for Tuesday, September 17 (as of 08/20/19)
A Therapy Technique for Neurogenic Stuttering Secondary to Conduction Aphasia
Arlene Kasprisin, SLP, PhD – Palo Alto VA Health Care System
Post-Stroke Mood Disorders
Nerissa Ko, MD – University of California San Francisco
Post-Stroke Dementia-Preliminary Data from Ongoing Stroke Study
Marion Buckwalter, MD – Stanford Medical Center
Topics and Speakers for Friday, September 20 (as of 08/20/19)
Cognitive Fundamentals & Brain Injury
Kathy Bermejo, MA, CCC-SLP, CCM, CBIST – Center for Neuro Skills
Community Reintegration After Stroke
Roberta Wang, MD– Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
An Update on Stroke Recovery Research
Maarten Lansberg, MD– Stanford Medical Center
Lifestyle Medicine Interventions for Stroke Rehabilitation
Jeffrey Krauss, MD – Palo Alto VA Health Care System
CreateAbility & Neuroplasticity
Naz Motayar, PhD, Neuropsychologist – Good Samaritan Hospital
P A I N T & W I N E N I G H T
Saturday, August 24, 6PM
Hosted by Los Lagos Golf Course – San Jose
Join us for fun paint party, a step-by-step paint lesson, wine, appetizers and raffle prizes! It is open to Everyone and Anyone.
G O L F – 4 – L I F E – Balancing Life after Stroke
Wednesday, September 11, 9:30AM – 1:30PM
Los Lagos Golf Course – San Jose
For registration visit WWW.PLAYLOSLAGOS.COM
A free golf clinic to provide stroke survivors with an opportunity to improve their strength and flexibility by adding golf to their rehabilitation activities.
For more information contact: Janely Gutierrez
(408) 361-0250 x 31 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrating Our Stroke Community 2019 has been made possible by generous support from our Sponsors & Exhibitors: