CurePSP, the leading nonprofit advocacy organization focused on prime of life neurodegenerative diseases, has announced the details for the 2017 Southwest Family Conference. The Conference is being held on March 17th and 18th, at the Phoenix Airport Hilton, Phoenix, AZ.
CurePSP Family Conferences bring together patients and their families with others who are facing the same challenges for educational programming, and fellowship at a time when outside social opportunities may be shrinking.
A key feature of CurePSP’s mission of care, consciousness and cure, the family conferences have become, from humble beginnings, a major biannual event for the community of patients and families affected by neurodegeneration.
The Phoenix, AZ, Conference will feature speakers from the Mayo Clinic, the Muhammad Ali Movement Disorder Clinic at the Barrow Neurological Institute and the Banner Sun Health Research Institute. Featuring a wide array of educational sessions, the speakers will cover topics including symptom management, simulated patient appointments, typical disease trajectory and clinical trials.
Attendees come away from this conferences with a deeper understanding of the neurological disease they are facing, and inclusion in an international community of patients and families suffering from these rare diseases. Tickets are limited to 100 participants, and it is expected to sell out early.
This event is not being sponsored by NORD. This event is being hosted by a NORD member organization.