The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF), a division of the Parkinson’s Foundation, invites patients, families and caregivers living with Parkinson’s disease (PD) to the free educational program, Cognitive Changes in Parkinson’s Disease, presented by Philip Fastenau, PhD.

Approximately 50 percent of patients with Parkinson’s will experience some form of cognitive impairment. Philip Fastenau, PhD, Director of Neuropsychology at UH Cleveland Medical Center will discuss the implications of these cognitive changes, how to manage them, and when to ask whether dementia is a concern.

This free lunch & learn will be March 23 at Stow Glen Retirement Village, 4285 Kent Road, Stow, in Cedar Hall, with registration at 11:30 a.m. and the presentation and lunch from noon to 1 p.m.. Register by emailing Bob Pontius at BPontius@stowglen.com or calling 330-612-6940.

This program is free, and is made possible through Moving Day® Cleveland, a Walk for Parkinson’s, and through partners: Stow Glen Retirement Village, AbbVie, US WorldMeds, UCB and Lundbeck.