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Communities of PD Excellence (Inland NW)

February 13 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

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Meet Your Local and Regional PD Experts around the Inland Area of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. Those in Western Montana and other markets are welcome to join. This is online, so no travel needed.

Join NWPF and your local community of PD care and support experts in this 10-week speaker series. Learn more about their programs and services and how they can help you maintain and control your PD symptoms so you live your BEST Life!

Tuesdays at 5:30 pm PST (ONLINE)

 

Week 1: 1/9/24: Dr. Jason Aldred, Movement Disorder Specialist, Selkirk Neurology
Week 2: 1/16/24: Dr. Marci Nemhauser, Social Services Manager, Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation
Week 3: 1/23/24: Dr. Sharon Hall, Physical Therapy, Gordon Physical Therapy, PWR! Program
Week 4: 1/30/24: Linda Lee, PassToPass Wilderness Trips for PwP
Week 5: 2/6/23: AC Woolnough, Pat Gayman & Sally Sullivan, Support Group Leaders
Week 6: 2/13/24: Dr. Danielle Wald, Neuropsychology, Providence Neuroscience Institute

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Dr. Danielle Wald Baker, PsyD
Neuropsychologist · Providence Neuroscience Institute

Dr. Wald is a licensed psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist with formal two-year fellowship training from the University of Florida in the evaluation of adults (age 18 and above) with neurological and/or medical disease or injury. She provides comprehensive neuropsychological assessments for adults and has extensive experience working as part of a multi-disciplinary team consulting with various medical specialties. Dr. Wald has specialized training in the evaluation of patients with epilepsy syndromes, Parkinson’s disease/movement disorders, memory disorders, traumatic brain injuries, cerebrovascular disease/stroke, AVM, multiple sclerosis, normal pressure hydrocephalus, and other neuropsychiatric and medical disorders. She completes pre and postsurgical deep brain stimulation (DBS), epilepsy, brain tumor, and normal pressure hydrocephalus evaluations. She also has formal training in intraoperative cortical mapping procedures (language and motor) for brain tumor resections and Wada procedures. Dr. Wald’s research interests include postsurgical cognitive outcomes in epilepsy resection and the mediating role of exercise on cognition and mood in patients with Parkinson’s disease. Dr. Wald received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Washington School of Professional Psychology. She then completed a pre-internship from the University of Washington Regional Epilepsy Center and internship from the APA accredited University of Kansas School of Medicine. Dr. Wald completed a two-year neuropsychology postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Florida.

Week 7: 2/20/24: Lindsay Williams, Speech-Language Therapist, Eastern Washington University
Week 8: 2/27/24: Melissa Bixby, MS, CCRC, Inland Northwest Research
Week 9: 3/5/24: Dr. Jonathan Carlson, Neurosurgeon, Inland Neurosurgery and Spine & John Cahill, DBS Therapy Consultant, Boston Scientific and Bionic Brain Club
Week 10: 3/12/24: Dr. Karin Duncan, NMD, CDA Healing Arts & Dr. Laurie Mischley, NMD Naturopathic Medicine

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Questions? Need Assistance?
Contact Kristine Pedigo, Director of Programs
kristine@nwpf.org
360-305-8297

Our online and in-person programs are FREE to you because of the dedication of our partners, instructors, and generous donors. Thank you for helping to support our mission, so that no one walks the Parkinson’s journey alone.

 

Organizer

NW Parkinson’s Foundation
Phone
1-877-980-7500
Email
Kristine@nwpf.org
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