The Rush University Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation presents Rehabilitation Grand Rounds:  “Building a New Life within Parkinson’s Disease”

Presented by The Rev. Jay Risk, MDiv, BCC
Chaplain, Dept. of Religion, Health and Human Values
Executive Director, Bishop Anderson House


Erin Emery, PhD
Assistant Professor, Rush University Medical Center
Geriatric and Rehabilitation Psychology

Date: Friday, October 11, 12 noon to 1 p.m.
Location: Armour Academic Center, Room 450

After this lecture, audience members will be able to:

• Understand the potential impact of chronic disease on identity
• Understand a basic application of Narrative Theory in working with individuals with chronic disease
• Learn helpful questions to use within rehab therapies to open the patient’s narrative and facilitate treatment