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HNS Holiday Charity Drive

Please join us for our first annual HNS Holiday Charity Drive and Celebration
December 14th, 2017 at 5:30pm
Location TBD

We are collecting donations of clothes (child and adult) and toys for Boat People SOS.

Boat People SOS has branches throughout the country. Founded in 1999, BPSOS-Houston serves all communities, but has particular expertise in serving the Vietnamese, Chinese and Hispanic communities in the Houston region, aiding immigrants, refugees, victims of trafficking, disadvantaged students, and survivors of violence in the US. Additional services include: Case-management and legal services for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, human trafficking, violent crimes, sexual assault & stalking; family law; ESL Programs; Citizenship classes; Senior Services; Health and Wellness Programs; and Disaster Recovery.  Presently, BPSOS has expanded its international initiatives to provide assistance to victims of human rights violations in Vietnam, protecting Vietnamese asylum seekers in neighboring countries and rescuing victims of human trafficking around the globe.

Learn more about Boat People SOS at https://www.bpsos.org/about.

Donation Drop-Off Locations (Prior to December 14)

UH Clinical Research Services Center
4505 Cullen Blvd.

Baylor McNair Campus
9th Floor
7200 Cambridge St.

UT Neurocognitive Disorder Center
Suite 4358
1941 East Road

Donations can also be brought to the celebration on December 14 (Location TBD)!

 

 

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Register for the 2017 HNS Fall Symposium!

2017 HNS Fall Symposium

Featuring

Amy Jak, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry, UCSD School of Medicine
Staff Neuropsychologist & Director of TBI Cognitive Rehabilitation Clinic
Psychology Service, VASDHS
Co-Director VA/UCSD Psychology Internship Training Program
Secretary, APA Division 40 (Society for Clinical Neuropsychology)

Presenting on the Topic of:

Diagnosis and Intervention in Mild Cognitive Impairment

Objectives:

  1. Learners will be able to identify several neuropsychological approaches to MCI diagnosis.
  2. Learners will gain an understanding of the current empirical support for behavioral interventions for mild neurocognitive disorders.

Schedule:

Registration and breakfast: 8:00am – 8:30am
Talk: 8:30am – 11:30am

Location:

Baylor College of Medicine, McNair Campus
1st Floor, Conference Room A
7200 Cambridge St.
Houston, TX 77030

CEU and Ticket Information:

HNS designates this continuing Education Activity for a maximum of 3 CE Hours/Credits.

$85 Non-HNS Member or Door Registration
$75 HNS Current Member (use coupon code ‘member’)
$25 Trainees (use coupon code ‘student’)
$25 Retirees (use coupon code ‘retired’)
$0  Poster Presenters (use coupon code ‘trainee’)

Visit the EVENTS tab to register!

REMINDER: Trainees presenting a poster at the symposium get FREE registration! See the Call for Posters for more information or contact Dr. Paul Cirino (pcirino@uh.edu).