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April, 2023

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Laura Malone, MD, PhD, Co-Director, Pediatric Post COVID-19 Rehabilitation Clinic, Kennedy Krieger Institute

Rowena Ng, PHD, pediatric neuropsychologist at Kennedy Krieger Institute and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Tuesday April 4, 2023. 7 to 9 p.m. EST

Description: In this webinar, presenters will discuss their expertise in diagnosing and managing long COVID in children and adolescents. They will discuss the brief, flexible battery of cognitive tests they utilize in their Pediatric Post COVID-19 Rehabilitation Clinic at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and the most common cognitive impairments children exhibit on formal testing.
· To understand long COVID/PASC presentations & symptoms in children
· To discuss initial treatment approaches for children with long COVID
· To understand the most common neuropsychological profile and cognitive testing results for children with long COVID

May, 2023

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This event will be held in person at Bentley University, Waltham.

From 5:30 to 7 p.m., you can view student posters, visit with colleagues, and enjoy cocktails at a cash bar.
From 7 to 9 p.m., you can enjoy a seated dinner, cheer on our award winners, and listen to our keynote speaker.
OR, you may attend the evening programming from 7:30 to 9 p.m. as a virtual webinar.

Keynote address by:

Deborah Fein, PhD

Long Term Outcomes in Autism Spectrum Disorder.

A group of individuals with ASD no longer meet criteria in adolescence and young adulthood. It has been suggested that there may be a psychological price to pay for losing the diagnosis or for valuing this outcome. We have followed a group of these individuals into adulthood and will explore cognitive, adaptive, and emotional outcomes in this group.