Houston Symposium on Disorders of Memory

Location : Home Office 

Saturday, June 7, 2014 from 8:15am -4:00pm

In partnership with the Methodist Neurological Institute, Silverado is proud to present the Houston Symposium on Disorders of Memory. A resource for caregivers and professionals who deal with memory impairment every day. 

Distinguished memory disorder experts will speak on topics that include advancements in imaging as well as diagnosing, treating, and caring for those impacted by memory-impairing diseases. Speakers include Loren Shook (Silverado CEO and Co-Founder), Dr. Stanley Fisher (Parkinson's Disease expert and Co-Director of the Methodist Neurological Institute), Dr. Jane Mahakian (Geriatric Care Manager) and an array of world-class physicians who are experts in their field. Register early!

Event Details:

Check-in begins at 7:30am

Individual registration fee: $35
Group (two or more) registration fee: $30

Includes continental breakfast and lunch 
Six CEU credits will be provided for social workers and nurses

Register online at: www.regonline.com/silveradosymposium

Event will be held at:
JW Marriott
Houston Galleria
5150 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77056

For more information, please call (866) 522-8125


Symposium Topics:

The history of Silverado and the innovations in memory care 
Presented by Loren B. Shook 
Silverado President, Chief Executive Officer, and Chairman

Advances in imaging of Alzheimer’s disease 
CEU Credit 
Presented by Joe Masdeu, MD, PhD 
Director of the Nantz National Alzheimer’s Center, 
Methodist Neurological Institute

The role of multiple concussions in developing CTE 
CEU Credit 
Presented by Ken Podell, PhD 
Co-Director of the Methodist Concussion Center, 
Methodist Neurological Institute

Update on diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson’s disease 
CEU Credit 
Presented by Stan Fisher, MD 
Co-Director, Movement Disorders and Neurorehabilitation Center, 
Methodist Neurological Institute

Risk factors for development and progression of Alzheimer’s disease 
CEU Credit 
Presented by Paul Schulz, MD 
Director of the Memory Disorders and Dementia Clinic, UTHealth

Update on diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease 
CEU Credit 
Presented by Rachelle Doody, MD 
Effie Marie Cain Chair in Alzheimer’s Disease Research, 
Professor of Neurology, Baylor College of Medicine

The challenges of caring for residents with memory disorders 
CEU Credit 
Presented by Jane L. Mahakian, PhD 
President of Aging Matters, Inc.

This course meets the qualifications for 6 hours of continuing education credit for RNs, LVNs and LCSWs by the CA Board of Behavioral Sciences (Provider Number: 6225) and the Board of Registered Nursing (Provider Number: CEP: 15901).

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