CEU Introduction: What's New in Dementia Research? This is a most invigorating time for our division. With this issue, we will establish our division as an ASHA Continuing Education Provider. Some of you are volunteering to help us in this undertaking by actually going through the CE process for this issue. Thank you! We will use ... Editorial
Editorial  |   December 01, 2005
CEU Introduction: What's New in Dementia Research?
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Editorial   |   December 01, 2005
CEU Introduction: What's New in Dementia Research?
SIG 15 Perspectives on Gerontology, December 2005, Vol. 10, 2. doi:10.1044/gero10.2.2
SIG 15 Perspectives on Gerontology, December 2005, Vol. 10, 2. doi:10.1044/gero10.2.2
This is a most invigorating time for our division. With this issue, we will establish our division as an ASHA Continuing Education Provider. Some of you are volunteering to help us in this undertaking by actually going through the CE process for this issue. Thank you! We will use the experiences and feedback of the volunteers to refine the CE process and procedures so that you can be assured to have quality learning opportunities with each and every future issue.
When I was asked to be the guest editor for this issue of Perspectives on Gerontology, I was most delighted for two reasons. First, I felt honored to be asked to coordinate the offerings for the pilot CE issue. More importantly, I was very excited about the topic, “What’s New in Dementia Research?” As many of you know, on an almost daily basis, researchers and clinicians are discovering new information about the neuropathophysiological, psychological, behavioral, clinical, and social aspects of dementia. We also know that the role of speech-language pathologists in the rehabilitation and care of persons with dementia continues to be limited primarily to working with caregivers.
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