What's True and What's Not? Demystifying Hallucinations, Night Terrors and Dementia
Have you been reluctant to ask your doctor about hallucinations, night terrors and dementia in Parkinson's? Let's take myths out of these topics — find out what's true and what's not — and find ways to cope with each symptom. Join PDF and Benevilla for a special collaborative two-hour webinar next Tuesday, May 21 at 3:00 PM ET.
Webinar: Demystifying Hallucinations, Night Terrors and Dementia in Parkinson's
What: Join this two-hour webinar to learn about the potential cognitive symptoms of Parkinson's disease including dementia, hallucinations and night terrors. Find tips and resources for managing these symptoms in PD. During the last 30 minutes, participants can submit questions online directly to the faculty.
When: Tuesday, May 21 at 3:00 PM ET-5:00 PM ET (12:00 PM PT-2:00 PM PT)
Where: Online or in-person in Sun City West, AZ (this webinar is not available by phone).
Who: Parkinson's Disease Foundation in collaboration with Benevilla, joined by faculty members Virgilio H. Evidente, M.D., Director of the Movement Disorders Center of Arizona and Rohit Dhall, M.B.B.S., M.S.P.H., Assistant Professor in the Division of Neurology and Director of the Deep Brain Stimulation Clinic at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, AZ.
How to Attend Online: View this webinar by computer by signing up here. You will immediately receive a confirmation email and tips for ensuring your computer will play the webinar correctly.
How to Attend In-Person: Contact Benevilla at (623) 584-4999.
CEUs: Are you a health care professional seeking continuing education units? CEUs are managed through PDF's sponsorship of the American Society on Aging. You will receive a link to apply for CEUs within several days of the LIVE webinar. You have up until 30 days to view the seminar (a recording will be posted one week after the live event) and apply online for CEUs.
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