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January, 2023

Tuesday
10
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Doug Watt, PhD, Forensic Neuropsychologist and Behavioral Neuroscientist, Adjunct Professor - Lesley University Graduate School of Psychology

In this webinar we will explore the confusing and complex umbrella concept of the frontotemporal dementia family, which has recently united with the ALS group. This super-category thus includes an enormous spectrum of clinical phenotypes: progressive supranuclear palsy, corticobasal degeneration, two primary progressive aphasias, the classic behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia, LATE, ALS and more. This umbrella concept of FTLD/ALS thus forms the largest, most confusing, and most diverse family of neurodegenerative disorders. Therapeutic opportunities in FTLD-ALS remain largely undefined, beyond modestly successful symptomatic psychopharmacologic approaches. Many more questions than answers, but yet despite this, there has been enormous and encouraging progress in the last 10-15 years. Join Dr. Watt as he discusses FTD and sheds light on the mysteries surrounding it.

1/10/2023 7-9 PM (EST)

February, 2023

Saturday
11
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Laura Malone, MD, PhD, Co-Director, Pediatric Post COVID-19 Rehabilitation Clinic, Kennedy Krieger Institute

Rowena Ng, PHD, pediatric neuropsychologist at Kennedy Krieger Institute and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Tuesday April 4, 2023. 7 to 9 p.m. EST

Description: In this webinar, presenters will discuss their expertise in diagnosing and managing long COVID in children and adolescents. They will discuss the brief, flexible battery of cognitive tests they utilize in their Pediatric Post COVID-19 Rehabilitation Clinic at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and the most common cognitive impairments children exhibit on formal testing.
Objectives:
· To understand long COVID/PASC presentations & symptoms in children
· To discuss initial treatment approaches for children with long COVID
· To understand the most common neuropsychological profile and cognitive testing results for children with long COVID

March, 2023

Tuesday
7
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Anthony Stringer, PhD, CPCRT, ABPP/ABCN, Professor, Emory University, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Division of Neuropsychology and Behavioral Health.
Tuesday, March 7, 2023, 7 to 9 p.m

Description: The African Neuropsychological Battery (ANB) was developed to be a culturally and linguistically appropriate battery of tests for diagnosing cognitive disorders resulting from neurological diseases in sub-Saharan African communities, both living on the continent and immigrating to the U.S. The diversity of these populations poses a normative and interpretative challenge which is slowly being addressed as research using the test battery expands. This lecture will describe the tests comprising the ANB and cover available norms, and research on reliability and validity. A case example will be used to introduce guidelines for how the battery may be employed with underserved African immigrant populations living in the U.S.

3/7/2023 7-9 PM (EST)

April, 2023

Tuesday
4
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Laura Malone, MD, PhD, Co-Director, Pediatric Post COVID-19 Rehabilitation Clinic, Kennedy Krieger Institute

Rowena Ng, PHD, pediatric neuropsychologist at Kennedy Krieger Institute and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Tuesday April 4, 2023. 7 to 9 p.m. EST

Description: In this webinar, presenters will discuss their expertise in diagnosing and managing long COVID in children and adolescents. They will discuss the brief, flexible battery of cognitive tests they utilize in their Pediatric Post COVID-19 Rehabilitation Clinic at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and the most common cognitive impairments children exhibit on formal testing.
Objectives:
· To understand long COVID/PASC presentations & symptoms in children
· To discuss initial treatment approaches for children with long COVID
· To understand the most common neuropsychological profile and cognitive testing results for children with long COVID