June 2021 – Parkinson’s Webinars and Virtual Meetings with Speakers

June 2021 – Parkinson’s Webinars and Virtual Meetings with Speakers

Every month, Stanford Parkinson’s Community Outreach produces a list of Parkinson’s-related webinars and virtual meetings with speakers.  Here’s our June 2021 list.  Note that a few webinars have registration deadlines well in advance of the webinar dates.

What’s the difference between a webinar and a virtual meeting?  A “webinar” has a handful of speakers at most, and attendees have both audio and video muted.  A “virtual meeting” usually allows attendees to be seen and heard.

We recommend you register NOW for anything of interest.  That way, if there’s a recording, as a registrant you’ll receive an email alerting you to the recording availability.  Also, note that a few webinars have registration deadlines prior to the webinar dates.  

Stanford Parkinson’s Community Outreach will try to attend as many of these events as possible, and share our notes.  Our notes about PD webinars are often posted here to our blog.  We email our notes to the “Stanford PD Info” and “PD Caregivers” email lists, depending on the relevance to those audiences.

We publish to our blog an additional caregiver-specific webinar and virtual event list, which is sent to those on our “PD Caregivers” list.  That list includes some events not included here since those events are for caregivers only.

If you are a caregiver to someone with PD, we encourage you to be added to our “PD Caregivers” email list.  

Unless indicated, the webinar and virtual meetings listed below are:

  • Times listed as PT. (We are based in California, after all.)
  • One-hour in duration.  We suggest you join five minutes before the official start-time.  (Usually the speaker talks for 30-40 minutes and there’s a question-and-answer session for the remaining time.)
  • For a general audience.  (Again, caregiver-specific events are on our other list.)
  • Not focused on a single medication or single, branded treatment. (Those are excluded.)
  • Free.

After that long preamble, here’s our list of PD-related webinars and virtual meetings in April 2021….

Robin and Denise
parkinsons.stanford.edu


Tuesday, June 1, 9am

Grit, Passion, Perseverance, and Parkinson’s 

Description:

In Angela Duckworth’s book “Grit,” she examines why some people succeed and others fail, and why talent is hardly a guarantor of success. During this webinar we will discuss whether human behavior is constant or circumstantial, how behavior change really happens, and the mindsets that help people succeed regardless of challenges.

Speaker:  Angela Duckworth

Host:  Davis Phinney Foundation (DPF)

The recording will be posted to the DPF YouTube channel:  https://www.youtube.com/user/davisphinneyfdn/videos 


Tuesday, June 1, 12pm

From Basic to Cutting Edge Treatments for PD

Description:

Complex diseases like Parkinson’s require a variety of treatment options and approaches to manage symptoms and improve quality of life. This talk discusses the basics like the trusted medicine levodopa, to augmentation through newer medications, delivery systems and even surgical options. Also discussed will be the epidemiology of PD, the current therapies available to help manage and treat PD symptoms, plus the latest experimental drugs and procedures that are coming down the pipeline.

Speaker:  Farzin Pedouim, MD

Host:  PMD Alliance

The recording will be posted to the PMD Alliance YouTube channel.


Wednesday, June 2, 9am-11am

Understanding Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)

Description:

Learn about DBS as a treatment option for PD, essential tremor and dystonia.

Speaker: Sarah Zurek, RN 

Host:  Hartford HealthCare

The recording may be posted to the Hartford HealthCare’s YouTube channel.


Wednesday, June 2, 10am

The Nurse Role in Coping with Thinking Changes in Parkinson’s

Description:

Cognitive impairment in PD can lead to struggles maintaining quality of life for the person with PD as well as the care partner. A nurse, as a part of the care team, can assist in observing for signs of cognitive decline, as well as adapting education, and coordinating care in order to optimize quality of life for the person with PD and the care partner.

Speaker: Jenna Iseringhausen, RN

Host:  Parkinson’s Foundation (PF)

The recording will be posted to the PF Wellness Wednesdays webpage.


Wednesday, June 2, 11am

YOPD Women: Relationships, Intimacy, and Parkinson’s

Description:

In this month’s meeting, women with young onset PD (YOPD) will be talking about the added challenges for women living with Parkinson’s as it relates to relationships, intimacy, and Parkinson’s.

Audience:  Women with Young Onset PD  

Speakers:  Panel of YOPD Women’s Council members

Host:  Davis Phinney Foundation (DPF)

The webinar recording will be posted to the YOPD Women’s Council webinar series page under Past Webinar Recordings.


Thursday, June 3, 8am-10am

SPARK – Lewy Body Dementia and Robin Williams’ Story

Description:

The first 30 minutes of this event will be “Dementia Conversations” and then the film will be presented.  The film will enhance learning and understanding of LBD.  After the film, speakers will present about the disease and then will facilitate a 10-15 minute Q and A session.

Speakers: 

     Doug Scharre, MD

     Ari Merola, MD

Hosts:  Ohio State University’s Center for Cognitive and Memory Disorders, the Lewy Body Dementia Association (LBDA), and the Alzheimer’s Association

Register here.

The recording of the “Dementia Conversations” portion of this event may be posted to LBDAtv on YouTube.


Friday, June 4, 9am

Safer at Home Educational Series:  “Preventing Falls and Improving Balance at Home” (Session 1)

Description:

In this presentation, you will hear from a physical therapist about the basics of staying safe at home and managing concern over falls.

Speaker:  Suzanne Anderson, DPT

Host:  Neuro Challenge  

Register here.

The recording may be posted to the Neuro Challenge YouTube channel.


Friday, June 4, 11am

Disparities in Care and Accessing Unmet Needs in Communities

Description:

This talk will be about integrative medicine and how to incorporate it for people with Parkinson’s disease.

Speaker:  Britt Stone, MD

Host:  PMD Alliance

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the PMD Alliance YouTube channel.


Friday, June 4, 9am-11am

Understanding Parkinson’s Disease (for the recently diagnosed)

Description:

Learn about Parkinson’s Disease.  Learn to recognize the early signs and symptoms including behavioral, mood and cognitive signs.  Understand the diagnosis process and what treatment options are available to help you manage and live with Parkinson’s Disease. 

Audience:  Recently diagnosed

Speaker:  Jeffrey Lahrmann, MD

Host:  Hartford HealthCare

Register here.

The recording may be posted to the Hartford HealthCare’s YouTube channel.


Saturday, June 5, 6am-12pm

Parkinson Place Virtual Summit

Description:A dynamic and inspiring interactive forum highlighting the latest in evidence-based programs, treatments, products and educational opportunities for Parkinson’s patients and caregivers.

Speakers: multiple

Host: Parkinson Place

See the Agenda here.  

Register here.

The conference may be recorded and posted to the Parkinson Place YouTube channel.


Monday, June 7, 10am

Innovations in OFF Therapy

Description:

Expert perspectives on the latest innovations in OFF therapy in PD.

Speaker:  Melita Petrossian, MD

Host:  American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA)

Register here.

A recording of the webinar will be posted to the APDA YouTube channel.


Monday, June 7, 12pm

Non-Pharmacologic & Virtual Treatment of Depression in Parkinson’s Disease

Description:

This webinar will describe the prevalence and impact of depression in Parkinson’s disease and discuss the application of cognitive-behavioral therapy for the treatment of depression in PD.

Speaker:  Roseanne Dobkin, PhD

Host:  PMD Alliance

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the PMD Alliance YouTube channel.


Tuesday, June 8, 10am

Social Self-Management in Parkinson’s

Description:

The speaker co-authored a paper in 2017 on “Social Self-Management of Parkinson’s Disease.”  The abstract states, “This study investigated disease severity and social self-management styles of individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Three social self-management styles were associated with disease severity: participation in social life, exchange of support with others, and management of social resources.”

Speaker:  Linda Tickle-Degnen, PhD, OT

Host:  American Parkinson Disease Association Massachusetts (APDA MA)

Register here.

A recording may be posted to the APDA MA YouTube channel.


Tuesday, June 8, 5pm

Ask the Experts Round Table Panel: Finding Your Voice with PD

Description:

A panel of two will explore all aspects of finding your PD voice, from the physical challenges to the emotional struggles.

Speakers: 

Heather Kennedy, founder of Kathleen Kiddo

Sharon Krischer, SLP, person with Parkinson’s

Host:  PD Active

Register here.

The recording may be posted to the PD Active YouTube channel.


Wednesday, June 9, 11am 

(Note:  Registration closes June 2)

Parkinson’s and Non-Motor Symptoms

Description:

This talk by a neurologist discusses non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s and how they can be managed.

Speaker:  Keiran Tuck, MD

Host:  Parkinson Society British Columbia (PSBC)

Registration closes June 2.  Register here.

The recording may be posted to the PSBC YouTube channel.


Wednesday, June 9, 12pm

Book Club: Ending Parkinson’s Disease (Chapters 1-3)

Description:

The speaker, one of the co-authors of the book “Ending Parkinson’s Disease,” will address chapters 1-3.  He will give the audience the opportunity to ask questions.

Speaker:  Ray Dorsey, MD

Host:  PMD Alliance

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the PMD Alliance YouTube channel.


Thursday, June 10, 11am-12:30pm

SPARK Movie Screening and Panel Discussion

Description:

A free viewing of the film SPARK: Robin Williams and his Battle with Lewy Body Dementia.  The film will highlight key messages that can enhance learning and understanding of LBD, improve diagnosis and detection, and offer LBD families a way to feel connected to resources and support.  The documentary will be followed by a panel discussion.

Speakers: 

     Mike Belleville, person with LBD

     Barney Nelson, person with LBD

Hosts:  The Dementia Action Alliance’s Optimizing Well-Being Workgroup and Lewy Body Dementia Association (LBDA)

Register here.

The recording of portion of this event may be posted to LBDAtv on YouTube.


Thursday, June 10, 11am

Introduction to Parkinson’s Disease (for Newly Diagnosed)

Description:

This introduction to PD is a general overview of the Parkinson’s disease state, including the development of motor and non-motor (gastrointestinal, sleep and other) symptoms, and treatment options. This presentation does not focus on a specific treatment or provide medical advice.  

Audience:  Newly Diagnosed

Speakers: 

     Vigeana Sanon, Pharm.D., Rph

     Shannon R. Blume, PhD

Host:  Parkinson Association of the Carolinas

Register here.

The recording may be posted to the Parkinson Association of the Carolinas YouTube channel.


Thursday, June 10, 11am

Reducing Inflammation and Promoting Health with Light Therapy: A Functional Medicine Approach to Parkinson’s

Description:

The speaker will explore the science behind class IV laser and photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy and its potential to reduce inflammation, increase cellular metabolism, decrease pain and accelerate the healing process.  In addition, she will discuss a naturopathic approach to treating the whole person with PD with an emphasis on the gut microbiome, biofeedback and regulating the nervous system, and decreasing inflammation.

Speaker:  Emma P. Wilder

Host:  Parkinson Association of the Rockies

Register here.

The recording may be posted to the Parkinson Rockies YouTube channel.


Friday, June 11, 8am

Safer at Home Educational Series:  “Modifications to Help Make Your Home Safer” (Session 2)

Description:

The speaker will discuss ways in which a few key modifications can help you stay in your home safely.

Speaker:  Arlene Grosso, gerontologist, owner of M&D Enterprise

Host:  Neuro Challenge  

Register here.

The recording may be posted to the Neuro Challenge YouTube channel.


Friday, June 11, 1:30pm

(Registration closes June 9)

Parkinson’s Medication Q&A

Description:

In this question and answer session, a pharmacist will answer your questions about the side effects of medications, the types of medications available for people with PD, or medication management.  The pharmacist will offer resources to empower you to get the most out of your treatment.

Speaker:  Amy Tran, pharmacist

Host:  Parkinson Society British Columbia (PSBC)

Registration closes Wednesday, June 9.  Register here.

The recording may be posted to the PSBC YouTube channel.


Saturday, June 12, 6am

4th Annual Parkinson’s Expo

Description:

This event is designed to educate, engage, and empower the Parkinson’s community. T he Expo will comprehensively address the needs of people with PD and their care partners by offering high-quality info presented by nationally renowned experts in the field. The Expo will feature a virtual exhibit hall, live presentations, and a myriad of resources to help people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers live well with the disease today.  

Speakers:  Multiple

Host:  Neuro Challenge  

Featured Presentations:

Flier

Video

Register here

Event recordings may be posted to the Neuro Challenge YouTube channel.


Saturday, June 12, 8am

Sleep Issues Common in Parkinson’s Disease

Description:

Sleep issues common in Parkinson’s Disease will be discussed.

Speaker:  Jaskaren Dhillon, MD

Host:  Houston Area Parkinson Society (HAPS)

Register here.

The recording may be posted to the HAPS YouTube channel.


Sunday, June 13, 10am

Discovering Neurographic Art (for Women with PD)

Description:

If you can draw a wiggled-dy line and fill spaces with ink and colors, then this is for you!  Transform any negativity or worry into creative art through this process of lines, shapes, and “corner rounding.”  It is a relaxing way to make connections with others while disconnecting from stress. Win-win!

Audience:  ONLY Women with PD

Speaker:  Lorraine Wilson

Host:  Twitchy Woman

Register here.

The recording may be posted to the Twitchy Woman blog on the Sunday Mornings with Twitchy Woman page.


Monday, June 14, 10am

Understanding Neuropsychological Testing: A Guide for Patients and Families

Description:

The process of neuropsychological testing and what to expect for patients and families.

Speaker:  Jay Schneiders, PhD 

Host:  Parkinson Association of the Rockies (PAR)

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the PAR YouTube channel.


Monday, June 14, 11am

(Registration closes June 9)

Pain in Parkinson’s

Description:

This session will discuss common types and causes of Parkinson’s-related pain, as well as strategies for self-managing pain. This presentation will also offer tips on how people with Parkinson’s can change their mindset about their pain to reduce its intensity. An overview of services and consultations at the ChangePain Clinic will also be provided, including what can be expected at the clinic for treatment of Parkinson’s-specific pain.

Speaker: Brenda Lau, Physician, ChangePain Clinic, Vancouver

Host:  Parkinson Society British Columbia (PSBC)

Registration closes June 9.  Register here.

The recording may be posted to the PSBC YouTube channel.


Tuesday, June 15, 11am

The Latest and Greatest on Boxing and Parkinson’s

Description:

Panel members will share specifics about the research they’ve conducted and will describe the effects of Parkinson’s severity and duration of boxing training on changes in balance, mobility, and quality of life for people living with mild or moderate to severe Parkinson’s.

Speakers: 

     John Dean, MA, CCC-SLP

     Josefa Domingos, MSc

     Sara Riggare, doctoral student and person with Parkinson’s

Host:  Davis Phinney Foundation (DPF)

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the DPF YouTube channel


Tuesday, June 15, 12pm

More Than Motor Symptoms

Description:

A deep dive into the emotional and mental health of those impacted by Parkinson disease, including care partners. We will explore ways to navigate depression, anxiety, hallucinations and more including cause, non-medication and medication interventions We will explore in depth a treatment option for hallucinations, something that is believed to occur in 50% of people impacted by Parkinson disease.

Speaker:  Sherrie Gould, NP-C

Host:  PMD Alliance

Register here

This event will not be recorded.


Tuesday, June 15, 3-5pm

Exercise (for Recently Diagnosed)

Description:

Attendees will learn more about the research supporting exercise as a form of medicine for Parkinson’s disease and information on how to safely exercise at all levels of ability.  Last of a three-part educational series.

Audience:  Recently diagnosed 

Speakers: 

Lyndsey O’Keefe, DPT, NCS, Pace West Physical Therapy

Hal Pottle and Betsy Mathies, PWP and PD SELF Instructors

Host:  Parkinson Association of the Rockies (PAR) 

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the PAR YouTube channel.


Wednesday, June 16, 9am

Parkinson’s Disease & the Environment

Description:

The effects of the environment on the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.

Speaker:  Carlie Tanner, MD, PhD

Host:  American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA)

Register Here.

A recording of the webinar may be posted to the APDA YouTube channel.


Wednesday, June 16, 9am

Sleep Well with Parkinson’s: How to Improve Your Sleep Hygiene

Description:

Learn about sleep through an occupational therapy lens, including strategies and tips for getting a better night’s sleep through sleep hygiene, assistive devices, relaxation tips and more. 

Speakers:  Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario’s Occupational Therapy student team

Host:  Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario (PSSWOR)

Register here.

A recording may be posted to the PSSWOR’s YouTube channel.


Wednesday, June 16, 10am

Building a Better Life with Parkinson’s (for Newly Diagnosed)

Description:

Learn about resources and tools to help you live well with Parkinson’s disease. This program will also help you understand the physical and emotional impact of Parkinson’s on the individual and family.

Audience:  Newly Diagnosed

Speakers: 

     Nina M. Browner, MD

     Jessica Shurer, LCSW

Host:  Parkinson’s Foundation (PF)

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the PF Wellness Wednesdays webpage.


Tuesday, June 16, 12pm

Fatigue in Parkinson’s

Description:

Fatigue is common in PD and is considered a non-motor symptom. It’s also a symptom that’s hard to clinically define. Is it due to changes caused by the disease, a side-effect of medication or both? Either way, fatigue has a significant impact on quality of life and is the topic of conversation in this webinar.

Speaker:  Joseph Friedman, MD

Host:  PMD Alliance

Register here

The recording will be posted to the PMD Alliance YouTube channel


Thursday, June 17, 9am

Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS): Is It Right for Me or My Loved One?

Description:

Experts will discuss who should consider deep brain stimulation (a surgical procedure for Parkinson’s), how the procedure works, what someone may expect after the surgery and the latest advancements in DBS research.

Speakers:  Multiple

Host:  Michael J. Fox Foundation

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the MJFF Third Thursdays Webinar webpage.


Thursday, June 17, 12pm

YOPD and Nutrition

Description:

Those with young onset PD (YOPD) will talk about the many ways what they eat and drink helps them live well with Parkinson’s.

Audience:  Young Onset PD (YOPD)

Speakers:  YOPD Council Members

Host:  Davis Phinney Foundation (DPF)

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the DPF YOPD Council webinar series page under Past Webinar Recordings.


Friday, June 18, 9am

Safer at Home Educational Series:  “How Technology Can Help You Stay Safe at Home” (Session 3)

Description:

Learn ways technology can help you live safer at home.

Speaker:  Beth Stager

Host:  Neuro Challenge  

Register here.

The webinar recording may be posted to the Neuro Challenge YouTube channel.


Friday, June 18, 10:30am

Innovations in Deep Brain Stimulation: A Panel Discussion

Description:

A discussion about the newest advances in DBS, their advanced interdisciplinary approach to selection of ideal candidates and expertise in programming procedures.

Speakers: 

     Kim Burchiel, MD, neurosurgeon

     Delaram Safarpour, MD, neurologist

     Shannon Anderson, PA

     Diane Hutchins, DBS recipient

Host:  American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA)

Register here.

A recording of the webinar may be posted to the APDA YouTube channel


Tuesday, June 22, 12pm

Book Club: Ending Parkinson’s Disease (Chapters 4-5)

The speaker, one of the co-authors of the book “Ending Parkinson’s Disease,” will address chapter 4, “The Urgency of Banning Specific Pesticides to Lower Our Risk,” and chapter 5, “How Solvents and Contaminated Groundwater Spread the Disease.”  

Description:

Speaker: Ted Thompson, JD, Senior Vice President of Public Policy for the Michael J. Fox Foundation

Host:  PMD Alliance

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the PMD Alliance YouTube channel.  


Wednesday, June 23, 11am

Calibration: The heart of success for LSVT BIG® and LSVT LOUD® Treatments

Description:

The “heart of success” for LSVT BIG and LSVT LOUD depends on clients re-calibrating their perceptions of normal loudness and movement.  Learn about the three key deficits in PD that make calibration challenging followed by a description of the four areas of calibration that are integrated into LSVT BIG and LSVT LOUD to help you continue using improved movements and loudness in everyday life.

Speaker:  Leila Goharian, registered dietitian

Host:  Lee Silverman Voice Training (LSVT) Global

Register here.

The recording may be posted to the LSVT Global YouTube channel.


Wednesday, June 23, 10am

HOPE in the Northwest: Online HOPE Conference

Description:

This virtual conference will provide several hours of informative content.  No rush to watch everything in the same day because once you’ve registered, you’ll have access to conference videos indefinitely, but you must register to gain access.  In addition to presentations, there will be a virtual exhibit hall to learn more about conference sponsors.

Speakers:  multiple

Host:  Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation (NPF)

See the agenda and register here.

Recordings will be available to conference registrants on and after June 23, 2021.


Wednesday, June 23, 11am

What Are My Options When PD Medications Aren’t Enough?

Speaker: Seth Kareus, MD

Host:  Parkinson Association of the Rockies (PAR)

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the PAR YouTube channel.


Thursday, June 24, 4pm

Virtual Road Show:  Parkinson’s and Freezing

Description:

Learn more about freezing. Take away useful strategies to get out of tricky, sticky situations.  Class size is limited.

Speaker:  Maggie Abbott, PT, DPT

Host:  Houston Area Parkinson Society (HAPS)

Register here.

This webinar is offered monthly in 2021.  The December session will be recorded and posted to the HAPS YouTube channel.


Friday, June 25, 12pm

(Registration closes June 23)

Nutrition and Parkinson’s

Description:

This session will discuss nutrition management, highlighting the prevalence and consequences of malnutrition, and how and why people with Parkinson’s are vulnerable to it. Also covered will be dysphagia and texture modifications to prevent the risk of aspiration, as well as how to identify and combat malnutrition.

Speaker:  Leila Goharian, registered dietitian

Host:  Parkinson Society British Columbia (PSBC)

Registration closes June 23.  Register here.

The recording may be posted to the PSBC YouTube channel.


Saturday, June 26, 8am

YOPD Victory Summit

Description:

Learn from and interact with Parkinson’s experts and people living with YOPD on a wide range of topics that are unique to your situation. From the biology and etiology of YOPD to treatments, reinvention, exercise, and more, you’ll leave with a concrete plan on how to live well with Parkinson’s for many years to come.

Audience:  Young Onset PD (YOPD)

Speakers:  Multiple

Host:  Davis Phinney Foundation (DPF)

Agenda.

Register here.

The webinar recording will be posted to the DPF YouTube channel.


Monday, June 28, 9am

Sexuality and Intimacy

Description:

A candid discussion on how sexuality and intimacy are impacted by movement disorders.

Speakers: 

     Maria Cristina Ospina, MD, movement disorder specialist

     Erica Vitek, OT, expert in pelvic muscle dysfunction

     Anissa Mitchell, LCSW

Host:  PMD Alliance

Register here

The recording will be posted to the PMD Alliance YouTube channel.


Tuesday, June 29, 12pm

Health Disparities and Parkinson’s: The LGBTQAI+ Community

Description:

Understand how issues faced by the LGBTQ+ community show up in Parkinson’s care and how we can increase awareness and create more inclusive spaces to address inequities.

Speakers: 

     Wissam Deeb, MD

     Nicole Rosendale, MD

Host:  Davis Phinney Foundation (DPF)

Register here.

The webinar recording will be posted to the DPF YouTube channel.


Wednesday, June 30, 10am

Motor Fluctuations and Dyskinesia in Parkinson’s

Description:

People may experience variations in their ability to move, referred to as “on-off” times, or involuntary movements (dyskinesias) throughout the day.  Learn the physical and emotional impact of these variations, known as motor fluctuations, on individuals who experience them.  This webinar will discuss new and emerging therapies and strategies for improving the management of Parkinson’s motor fluctuations and dyskinesia.

Speaker:  Neepa Patel, MD

Host:  Parkinson’s Foundation (PF)

Register here.

The recording will be posted to the PF Wellness Wednesdays webpage.


Wednesday, June 30, 11am

SPARK – Robin Williams and his Battle With Lewy Body Dementia

Description:

The film “SPARK” tells the story of Robin Williams’ battle with undiagnosed Lewy body dementia (LBD).  It delves into the known science behind the disease, and highlights the disease’s impact on the person with LBD and their family caregiver.  A panel discussion with audience Q&A will follow the film.  Panelists include Bruce Miller, MD, who is featured in the film, and two members of the Brain Support Network local LBD caregiver support group.

Speakers:  Bruce Miller, MD and two Lewy body dementia caregivers 

Host:  Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA), Lewy Body Dementia Association (LBDA), and Brain Support Network (BSN)

Register here.

A recording of the panel discussion may be posted to the FCA or BSN websites.