Neurodegenerative Disorders: Maximizing Patient Outcomes - Online ConferenceNeurodegenerative Disorders: Maximizing Patient Outcomes

An Online Conference

September 10–22, 2014

Attendees raved about this conference when we aired it in February, and with a satisfaction rating of 4.66 out of 5, we had to repeat it!

The online conference for SLPs who want to sharpen their diagnostic and treatment skills while expanding their approach to treat the whole patient.

When working with patients who have Parkinson's or other neurodegenerative diseases, you're faced with a myriad of symptoms, each of which is clinically important. In this online conference, led by Dr. Jay Rosenbek, you'll get the know-how to help you understand the implications for prognosis and treatment and identify the best outcome measurements to use with your clients.

Get the skills to:

  • write and execute a treatment plan;
  • identify the full range of neurodegenerative diseases;
  • list the likely underlying pathophysiology.

Plan on attending the conference that gives you an interdisciplinary perspective on how Parkinson's and other neurodegenerative diseases impact your clients.

Register Now! 

Paid Registrants: Select "My Account" (in the upper right corner of your screen), log in, and under "ASHA Courses and Orders" select "Neurodegenerative Disorders: Maximizing Patient Outcomes." Problems accessing the online conference? View our Technical Tips.

Why Should I Attend?

"Signs and symptoms often overlap across syndromes making it difficult to diagnose. In this conference we'll emphasize the most distinguishing characteristics of the medical, speech, and swallow diagnosis so you can identify the best way to proceed." –Dr. Jay Rosenbek

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