Webinars are a great way to hear from the experts, without leaving your home.

Registration is simple; there is usually a link to follow, submit your details, and record the webinar details in your diary. Most webinars send a reminder to the email you provide, so keep an eye out for that, even check your spam folder in case you don’t see the reminder.



Webinars Coming Up:

Diagnosing Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (organized by the Brain Support Network with the Stanford Movement Disorders Center)

When: Wednesday, Aug 30, 2017, 2-3pm Pacific Time (US and Canada) 

Speaker:  Kathleen Poston, MD, MS, movement disorders specialist, Stanford Movement Disorders Center

Topics covered:

  • how is PSP diagnosed?    
  • how many years does the average person wait for a diagnosis?  
  • what are the two main types of PSP?
  • what’s the new diagnostic criteria for probable PSP?  
  • what’s the accuracy of a PSP diagnosis?

Register in advance for this webinar:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Note:  If you can’t make it on August 30th, we encourage you to register for the webinar so that you will be alerted when the recording is available online.


Feel Empowered while Caregiving,  by Janet Edmunson, M.Ed.

For Family and Professional Caregivers

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

(The webinar also will be recorded for viewing later)

7:00 p.m. (Eastern)

Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8859603393064370433

Webinar Description: Most of us feel powerless and seem to be just surviving our caregiving experience. But no matter what our situation is, we can still find more happiness and strength. In this webinar, we’ll explore how to actually feel empowered, instead of deflated. We’ll look at the choices and control we still have. We’ll explore how to get the appreciation we need as well as how to boost our own spirits. Join us to receive the infusion of energy you deserve for this caregiver journey.


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