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2021 Neuroscience Expo: Making Connections

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2021 Live Event on October 22, 2021

The 2021 Neuroscience Expo will take place virtually on Friday, Oct. 22, 2021. Join us online for this free event and get the latest information about treatments, rehabilitation and support resources. Presenters will include neurologists, neurosurgeons and neuropsychologists; physical, occupational and speech therapists; and more.

The expo is offered virtually to allow those living with a neurological condition and their caregivers to conveniently connect for support. Tracks are available for specific neurological conditions, as well as general information on legal and financial resources.

Select and view topics that are of interest to you:

  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Headache and migraine
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS) (in partnership with the National MS Society)
  • Memory care, including Alzheimer’s disease and dementia

Starting Oct. 23, 2021, recordings of live presentations will be available on demand. Those who register for on-demand access will be able to view this content until Nov. 23, 2021.

A device with internet access and an email address are required to participate.

What Does a Virtual Conference Look Like?

During the 2021 Neuroscience Expo, you will be able to participate virtually in the track(s) of your choice. A collection of presentations will cover a variety of topics. Opportunities to connect with support resources will be available through a virtual vendor expo. You can view the sessions anywhere you have a device with internet access. Your personal image, identity or video capability will not be used.

Who Should Attend the Neuroscience Expo?

This virtual expo is designed for:

  • Individuals with a neurological condition
  • Caregivers and family
  • Support care providers
  • Clinical care providers
  • Community resource providers

My Condition of Interest Isn’t a Designated Track. What Should I Choose?

The Neuroscience Expo is designed around designated disease tracks, but many related conditions will be supported as a part of these tracks. View the track that is the most closely related to your area of interest.

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