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Neuropsychological Functioning in Neurofibromatosis.<br> A Free Webinar 12/7/12

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Neuropsychological Functioning in Neurofibromatosis
A free webinar  sponsored by NF Mid-Atlantic
NF Mid-Atlantic is pleased to present a vital and fascinating educational session presented by Dr. Barbara Couvadelli:
Friday, December 7, 2012 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT  
Neuropsychological Functioning in Neurofibromatosis  
A free webinar  
Neuropsychology studies brain-behavior relationships. A clinical neuropsychologist uses especially designed tests, patient history, and observation to assess the congitive and behavioral functioning of patients with known or suspected neurological conditons.Dr. Barbara Couvadelli, MD, PhD is a pediatric and adult clinical Neuropsychologist. She focuses on the assessment and treatment planning of a wide spectrum of neurological and neurodevelopmental conditions that can negatively impact an individual's life at
different developmental stages. Dr. Couvadelli's unique background in both medicine and psychology enables her to better understand an individual's current level of cognitive, psychological and adaptive functioning.

This free webinar will provide important information for patients, parents, and caregivers of people with Neurofibromatosis. Based on current research findings and clinical experience, this webinar will focus on the different domains of cognitive functioning,
and how they are affected in patients with Neurofibromatosis.
This webinar is imperative if you are the parent of a child with NF 
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