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Vol. 4, Issue 8
August 2016
Connecting the Community to the Latest in Rehabilitation, News and Events

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Dr. Pasquale Fonzetti Appointed Director of Memory Evaluation and Treatment Service Program
How Do You Talk to Someone Who Has Aphasia?
Computer Safety Course to be Offered on August 24
Interested in Sponsoring Burke's Wheelchair Games?
Food Labels are Getting a Makeover: Here's What to Know
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Dr. Pasquale Fonzetti Appointed Director of Memory Evaluation and Treatment Service Program
Pasquale Fonzetti, M.D., Ph.D., has been appointed director of the Memory Evaluation and Treatment Service (METS) at Burke, a program that provides comprehensive outpatient assessment and treatment of memory disorders...
How Do You Talk to Someone Who Has Aphasia?
A common question speech-language pathologists hear: “How do you talk to someone with aphasia...
Computer Safety Course to be Offered on August 24
These days, you can do everything on your computer—from buying a small gift to selling your car. Not to mention keeping in touch with family and friends on social media, storing photos and videos and managing your bills and investments. But all these conveniences can come at a cost—one that...
Interested in Sponsoring Burke's Wheelchair Games?
Now in its 37th year, Burke’s Wheelchair Games, which will be held on Saturday, September 24th, is a long-standing tradition that brings together athletes of all ages for a fun day of friendly competition. The spirit of inclusion is felt throughout the day, as athletes, their families and friends...
Food Labels are Getting a Makeover: Here's What to Know
The Food and Drug Administration announced in May that changes will be made to the Nutrition Facts Label over the next couple of years to make sure consumers have access to more recent and accurate nutrition information about the foods they are eating...
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