Chula Dementia Day Center Can Help You Prepare for Old Age with a Clear Mind and Away from Alzheimer’s

Dementia Day Center, King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, the Thai Red Cross Society prepares for Thailand’s anticipated aging society by offering various rehabilitation services to help slow down the decline of people with dementia, while planning to launch a professional course for caregivers, and establishing the “Bright Brain Club” to persuade people of all ages to learn and care for early brain health to avoid the possibility Alzheimer’s disease.

Hackensack Meridian JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute Announces Class of 2022 Fellowship and Residency Graduates

“We’re incredibly proud of each and every one of our graduates,” said Sara J. Cuccurullo, M.D., chair and medical director of JFK Johnson. “We know they will contribute to the advancement of the specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation around the nation — and provide the highest quality care for patients.”

Hackensack Meridian JFK Johnson Physicians Present Groundbreaking Stroke Research at International Conference

Dr. Cuccurullo and Dr. Fleming outlined the on-going JFK Johnson Stroke-HEARTTM Trials that showed how a Stroke Recovery Program that includes medically supervised exercise, prescribed therapy, and physician follow up can reduce the chances that survivors of serious stroke will die within the year by 76 percent.

Clinical trial to assess rehabilitation treatment for infants and toddlers after stroke

In the first of its kind for the tiniest stroke survivors, researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) will lead a stroke rehabilitation clinical trial in the state of Texas through a multi-institutional NIH StrokeNet initiative.