Brain Health and Aging, In Collaboration with AARP
Thursday, July 18th 3:30pm-4:30pm via Zoom. Click HERE to Register!
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Brain Health and Aging, In Collaboration with AARP
Thursday, July 18th 3:30pm-4:30pm via Zoom. Click HERE to Register!
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Strokes: Risk Factors, Treatment, Prevention, & Recovery

Did you know that approximately 75% of strokes occur in people aged 65 or older? Understanding the risks, detection, and treatment options for strokes is vital, especially as we start aging.

With this webinar, you’ll gain expert insight into the latest advancements in detection and treatment. Our expert speakers, Suzanne Coyle, from Stroke Comeback Center, and Dr. Neil Schwartz, a stroke and vascular neurologist at Stanford Health Care, will share their invaluable knowledge and expertise.

At Kensington Senior Living, our mission to improve the quality of life for every resident is a collaborative effort. To that end, we have built strong relationships with expert professionals who keep us current with the latest advances in care, management, and treatment of conditions that affect seniors and their families.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from leading experts in the field and to better understand how to protect yourself and your loved ones from stroke.

Meet Our Experts

Suzanne Coyle, is the Executive Director of Stroke Comeback Center, a nonprofit organization committed to supporting survivors of stroke and other brain traumas throughout their recoveries. She is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist. Prior to her current role, she had a lengthy career in the outpatient rehabilitation setting working with adults with acquired neurological communication disorders, such as aphasia. Her research and presentation interests include aphasia group treatment and quality of life after stroke.

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Neil SchwartzStanford Health Care, completed his undergraduate studies at UCLA, followed by MD and PhD degrees at Northwestern University. After his Neurology residency at Stanford, Dr. Schwartz joined the Stanford Stroke Center in 2004 as a fellow in Vascular Neurology and has remained on as faculty since 2007. Currently, his primary focus is the care of patients with cerebrovascular disease in both the inpatient and outpatient setting, including patients with both ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes. He has a particular interest and expertise in cervical artery dissection, non-atherosclerotic vasculopathies, stroke in young adults, and stroke recovery trials utilizing stem cells.

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