Living with Parkinson’s as an LGBTQ+ individual: the Latest Research

Join us for a conversation about the latest research on living with Parkinson’s as an LGBTQ+ individual.
About our speaker:
Dr. Tara McIsaac is a physical therapist (1992, University of Wisconsin) and neuroscientist (2006, PhD University of Arizona). She has held faculty positions in the Motor Learning and Control Program at Teachers College Columbia University in NY, A.T. Still University PT Dept in Mesa, AZ, and is currently Professor of Physical Therapy at the new Creighton University Phoenix, AZ campus. Dr. McIsaac has over 30 years in clinical practice with people with neurologic conditions, including specialty clinics focused on movement disorders. Her research and clinical work focus on how attention affects movement. Most recently, she and her team are studying the specific needs and barriers of LGBTQ+ individuals with PD in accessing health information and healthcare
This event is part of PCLA’s “Let’s Talk Parkinson’s” series of live online events. Special thanks to our program sponsors Abbott, Acadia and Boston Scientific for making this series possible.
Learn more about PCLA at www.pcla.org.

 

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