Thomas Langan, M.D., Neurologist, to Talk at Daemen College on Speaking to a Specialist

Thomas Langan, M.D., Neurologist, to Talk at Daemen College on Speaking to a

Specialist: “What does the Doctor Need to Know?”

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Workshop Presentation Will Also Cover Head Injuries  

April 8, 2011

 

Event

Information:  Margie Pierowicz

                        The Thomas Reynolds Center for

                        Special Education at Daemen College

                        716.839.8550

                        mpierowi@daemen.edu

  

            Dr. Thomas Langan, a Neurologist with Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo and University at Buffalo Neurology, will deliver a presentation April 28 at Daemen College on speaking to a specialist. Dr. Langan’s workshop will cover issues such as children’s head injuries, and “what does the doctor need to know?”

 

 

           This workshop event featuring Dr. Langan will be from 6:30-8:30 p.m., Thursday, April 28, 2011, in Wick Center Social Room on the Daemen College campus, 4380 Main Street, in Amherst. This event is free and open to the public.

 

 

           To register for the above workshop, call (716) 332-4170 phone or 1-866-277-4762 toll free, or, online www.parentnetworkwny.org. Check local TV broadcasts for cancellation information.

           

           Dr. Langan’s appearance at Daemen is co-sponsored by The Thomas Reynolds Center for Special Education at Daemen College and Parent Network of WNY, with generous support from The Advocacy Center and the Early Childhood Direction Center.

 

 

           Dr. Langan will discuss head injuries and how to prevent them. He will also talk about how to learn what your doctor really needs to know from parents and family to provide the best care. Potentially lifelong effects of an injury, and the best care for a child if an injury happens will also be discussed.  

 

 

           Theresa Drum, from Parent Network of WNY will share communication tips and provide information about available services for individuals with a disability, in addition to explaining how you can find out who you, as a patient or family member, can call for help.

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