BMB provides support services and educational resources to foster engaged coping methods such as introspection, communication, and self-care. Martel will speak about the founding, philosophy and services provided by the organization.
Multiple studies have shown that drivers over age 60 are generally some of the safest on the road. They are more likely to avoid unsafe behaviors such as speeding, driving under the influence of alcohol, talking on cell phones, and not wearing seat belts. That said, it is important for elderly drivers, and their loved ones, to make sure they are road-ready and driving as safely as possible.
Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital’s Driver Rehabilitation Program offers a comprehensive array of services for elderly drivers, adolescents with learning needs, and the disabled, including clinical assessment, on-the-road evaluation, driver rehabilitation and consultation/education about adaptive driving services. For more information on the program or CarFit programs in the area, call 518-386-3601.
Thurs. Sept 10, 2020 ZOOM @7 - Care Management: Strategies for Successful Aging
Care Management: Strategies for Successful Aging
Hear how working with an Aging Life Care Professional (ALCP) can offer you optimal success in identifying and planning for the many potential challenges of aging. A care manager can help ensure the quality of life you choose to create and minimize the need to face crises unprepared.
Thurs, Oct 8, 2020 ZOOM @7 Speaker: Dr. Eric Molho
Speaker: Dr. Eric Molho
Dr. Eric Molho is Director of one of the only comprehensive Movement Disorders and Parkinson’s Disease Centers in New York State. His practice is almost exclusively devoted to treating Parkinson’s disease, tremor, and dystonia, as well as other movement disorders. Dr. Molho has served as the principal investigator on numerous clinical trials for Parkinson’s disease, enabling him to offer the most advanced treatments and knowledge to his patients.
Thurs. Nov, 12, 2020 ZOOM @7 - Speaker: Dr. Robert S. Fox, - Eye and vision issues in PD
Dr. Robert Fox has been in practice in the Capital Region Area since 1986. He is a graduate of the SUNY College of Optometry. Dr. Fox has also completed a residency in Rehabilitative Optometryand is a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (FCOVD). He is board certified in Vision Therapy and Vision Development. Dr. Fox is a charter member of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabiliation Association (NORA).