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When the diagnosis is a neurologic condition

Colorado Neurological Institute invites you to learn more about our research, patient services and educationThe Mission of Colorado Neurological Institute is to enhance the delivery of personalized, comprehensive and state-of-the-art care to patients with neurological conditions through coordinated research, patient services and education. 

Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI), a nonprofit neuroscience organization, has been providing research, patient services and education for persons with neurological conditions and their caregivers since 1988.  As the only nonprofit organization in the Rocky Mountain Region of its kind, CNI offers patients from the region and other states easy access to comprehensive, state-of-the-art care:  support groups, clinical trials, outpatient neurological rehabilitation, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapycounseling and more.

Why do you need CNI?

When you are diagnosed with a neurological condition it takes more than just a doctor to help you live the best life possible. In addition to the treatment you receive from your neuro specialist, you should seek out the complementary care CNI provides: counseling, support groups, classes, outpatient neurological rehabilitation and clinical trials. The more quality comprehensive neurological rehabilitation you receive, the better you will be able to manage day to day life.

CNI makes it easy for you to get the care you need in one location. Unlike other rehab centers, at CNI, you can receive all your therapies and supplementary services in one stop.

CNI provides care for these neurological conditions and others:


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CNI September Lunch-n-Learn with Sarah Viamonte, PhD, MSPH


Date: Monday September 18, 2017
Time: Lunch-n-Learn Noon-1:00
Speaker: Sarah Viamonte, PhD, MSPH
Location Address: Swedish Medical Center: 501 E. Hampden Ave, Englewood, CO 80113
Room: Ponderosa Room-first floor

Lunch Provided by Swedish Medical Center

The difference between typical aging , mild cognitive impairment, and dementia?
What are some of the different types of dementia?
What is a neuropsycholocial assessment?

Sarah will also discuss what needs to be considered with a diagnoses of dementia (finances, med management, driving, estate planning) and what resources are available.

RSVP to: Melissa Romsdahl, or 303-357-5449.
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Join us TONIGHT!!!! That's right, tonight, September 13th at Chipotle at 333 W. Hampden Ave #110 from 4-8pm for a fundraiser supporting Colorado Neurological Institute - Cochlear Kids Camp.

Bring in this flyer, or show it on your phone and 50% of the proceeds will be donated to CNI-Cochlear Kids Camp.

Bring your appetite and eat for change!
Please tell your friends and share this post. Let's raise money and help support CNI!
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