Geriatric Programs | USC Verdugo Hills Hospital - Part 2

Doc Talks Lecture Series: The Importance of an Annual Gynecological Exam

Doc Talks Lecture Series Presented by USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, in partnership with YMCA of the Foothills This lecture series will present a variety of health-related topics to community members throughout the year. In 2020, we will be presenting at alternating YMCA branch locations — Crescenta Cañada Family YMCA and Verdugo Hills Family YMCA. ...

Helping Caregivers Navigate Dementia: LA Found – Tracking Bracelets for Loved Ones

Helping Caregivers Navigate Dementia This lecture series is designed to present ideas and information, and foster community for those of us dealing with issues related to memory loss. Caregivers, people with dementia, those at risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, and friends and family members are all welcome. Please ...

Helping Caregivers Navigate Dementia: Making Home Safe for a Person With Alzheimer’s

Helping Caregivers Navigate Dementia This lecture series is designed to present ideas and information, and foster community for those of us dealing with issues related to memory loss. Caregivers, people with dementia, those at risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, and friends and family members are all welcome. Please ...

Doc Talks Lecture Series: Stroke Awareness and Prevention

Doc Talks Lecture Series Presented by USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, in partnership with YMCA of the Foothills This lecture series will present a variety of health-related topics to community members throughout the year. In 2020, we will be presenting at alternating YMCA branch locations — Crescenta Cañada Family YMCA and Verdugo Hills Family YMCA. ...

Helping Caregivers Navigate Dementia: Alzheimer’s Policy Updates

Helping Caregivers Navigate Dementia This lecture series is designed to present ideas and information, and foster community for those of us dealing with issues related to memory loss. Caregivers, people with dementia, those at risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, and friends and family members are all welcome. Please ...