08/16/2023: PSP Society of Canada ASK THE NEUROLOGIST Session – (Remote)
The ASK THE NEUROLOGIST SESSION is part of the upcoming Toronto, ON based remote Support Group meeting
Dr. Carmela Tartaglia, a scientific advisor to the organization will be attending the August 16th session to field questions more scientific and medical in nature. As usual, the session is open to patients, caregivers and others affected by Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) & Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD).
This group meeting is intended for all patients and caregivers
Location: Zoom (Remote)
Meeting Link: https://zoom.us/j/92329071770
Date: Wednesday February 16th
Time: 7:30PM EST
Host: Stephane Hetherington (VP, PSP Society of Canada)
Dr. Carmela Tartaglia
Dr. Tartaglia is an Associate Professor and Clinician-Scientist at the University of Toronto. She received her medical degree from McGill University, completed her residency at the University of Western Ontario and did three years of clinical/research fellowship in cognitive/behavioral neurology at the University of California, San Francisco Memory and Aging Center. She maintains a cognitive/behavioral clinic where she sees people with neurodegenerative disease and post-concussion syndrome within the UHN Memory Clinic. Her clinical and research interests lie in neurodegenerative diseases with a focus on frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD) and possible chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
What is a Support Group?
A PSP Society of Canada support group is a voluntary gathering of people who share common experiences, situations or problems related to living with a prime of life disease such as PSP, CBD and MSA. Group members offer each other emotional and practical support and reduce the sense of isolation that is associated with rare brain diseases.
Who are the participants?
•Those who have the disease themselves (they may be involved in treatment with a doctor and they may or may not be on medications. Others may be at the beginning of the process of getting help and may be in great need of support and information about the disease.
• Family members that care for someone with PSP or a related disease. Their loved one may be in a hospital, living at home, or in an alternative living arrangement.
• Typically, a group will have new people attending each meeting. It is not essential to attend a certain number of consecutive sessions. People come when they can, when they feel a need or interest, and when they are ready.
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The PSP Society of Canada
PO Box 40, Station Main
Kingston, ON K7L 4V6