Use of technology can range from every day tools ("hey Siri!" and "hey Alexa!") to wearable design to apps that measure your quality of life.
Join three very different Parkinson's experts as they help participants navigate technology tools and accessible designs that make your life better. The engaging discussion includes 10 minutes of Q&A from the audience.
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Dr. Hall holds a Ph.D. in Biomechanics and Movement Science, is trained in kinesiology, human development and coding for wearable electronics, and biomechanical analysis. She also holds multiple patents covering a wide spectrum of applications, industries, and use cases.
A natural leader, who works hard to educate the community about the impact of Parkinson's from the perspective of a young person whose father was diagnosed with Parkinson's at an early age.
Saj has been a volunteer with The Parkinson Council's Walk to Stamp Out Parkinson's since elementary school and understands the vital role local community members play to keep families empowered and moving.
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
4:00 PM EST - 5:00 PM EST
Our Facilitator, Sharon Klazmer
Maximum 2 per household. In preparation for the presentation, we suggest that you check out this brief Zoom instructional video (click here) if this is your first time on the Zoom platform.