Dr. Tidman has 36 years' experience in occupational therapy for pediatrics, intensive care, and adult physical rehab with an emphasis in neurology and neurosurgery rehab. Her book, Families in ICU: A Survival Guide, is the first book in the series of educational guides for families of patients with neurological conditions. She is an adjunct professor for A.T. Still University’s Doctorate in Health Science program.
Dr. Schneiders is board-certified in both clinical neuropsychology and clinical health psychology. He has more than 20 years experience evalting pre-surgical patients for seizure/epilepsy surgeries and Deep Brain Stimulation.
Liz Easterly, a Young-Onset Parkinsonian who serves as a Davis Phinney Foundation Ambassador to reach others with the message of hope and optimism when they need it most, has adopted an intentional, integrated approach to living well with PD by changing her diet and practicing a variety of high intensity physical activities.
Speakers - Exhibits - Brain Games & Exercise Demos - Lunch
Pre-Registration: $5.00 per person
At the Door: $7.50 per person
To pre-register: Call Julie at(719) 495-1853
Pre-registration must be received by May 10th.
When: May 14, 2016
from 8:00a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Where: First Presbyterian's Weber Street Ctr,
105 N. Weber Colorado Springs, CO 80903