Join Speech Pathologists Carole Superfine M.A., C.C.C. and Jeanette Nagai M.A., C.C.C., at “Chemo Brain” on April 24!
Chemo brain can cause many symptoms among cancer survivors which include: memory lapses, slow thinking and difficulty focusing. While some may experience “Chemo Brain” more often than others, it is important to get the facts in order to cope with this cognitive impairment.
Join Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center’s Speech Pathologists, Carole Superfine M.A., C.C.C. and Jeanette Nagai M.A., C.C.C., as they speak on the latest developments and treatment options that are available for “Chemo Brain.”
The event is sponsored by Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center’s Lymphedema Support Group which is led by Catherine Hines, P.T., C.L.T. and Charlene Anderson P.T., C.L.T. All cancer survivors, their loved ones and caretakers are invited to attend. The event will be held on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the cafeteria at Los Robles Hospital’s East Campus, 150 Via Merida, Westlake Village.
To make a reservation or obtain additional information regarding the program, please contact Charlene Anderson, PT, CLT at the Los Robles Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation Department at (805) 370-4541.
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