Estate Planning for Families Affected by Parkinson’s Disease

Please join us for a virtual conversation around creating estate plans for families with Parkinson’s

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Julie Westbrock, Vice President of Business Development, TrustPoint Wealth Management

Wednesday, February 8 from 2 pm – 3 pm EST

RSVP Required

As the Vice President of Business Development, Julie’s team works with individuals, families, organizations, and businesses that benefit from sophisticated wealth-related services. She leverages her years of experience in her solo practice to help clients with complex trust and estate needs including settlement preservation trusts, special needs trusts, and estate planning.

Julie earned her BS in Business Management and Marketing from Cornell University in New York and her Juris Doctor at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul. Her career has focused around helping individuals with all aspects of estate planning.

Julie, her husband, and son live in the Minneapolis area. She enjoys her husband’s BBQ, her son’s rock band performances, and spending time at the family farm. She is active in the Minnesota/ Dakotas Chapter of the Parkinson’s Foundation, an organization dear to her heart. She is also involved with the Positive Coaching Alliance and the Rotary Club of Edina.

Julie will help participants understand the basics of setting up estate plans.

Cognitive Changes in Parkinson’s Disease

This lecture will discuss common cognitive complications of Parkinson’s disease, treatment for these changes, and current research on the topic. This talk will introduce concepts such as Parkinson’s disease dementia and Lewy body dementia. We will focus on identifying these symptoms and what medications and alternative therapies can be used to help. Dr. Heffernan will also discuss mental health complications of Parkinson’s disease and the best way to understand and treat those symptoms as well.

Dr. Heffernan received her bachelor’s degree in Biology at Bethel College in central Kansas. She went to medical school at the University of Kansas and completed her residency training at the University of Colorado, serving as chief resident in her fourth year. She is a board-certified neurologist who is completing subspeciality training in Movement Disorders at the University of Colorado. She has a special interest in the cognitive associations with Parkinson’s diseae.

This event is being hosted by the Parkinson Association of the Rockies.

From Dependent to Independent: Treatment Options for Essential Tremor & Parkinson’s Disease

Please join Dr. Drew Kern (Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Movement Disorders Neurologist) for a virtual event as he discusses the incisionless, outpatient treatment for patients diagnosed with Essential Tremor and Parkinson’s disease. Event attendees will learn how this innovative treatment can enhance and transform patients’ lives by improving hand tremor without invasive surgery.

Register now by visiting Resources.Insightec.com/Colorado. (Registration for this event will open at the conclusion of the previous event.)

Insightec is hosting this event but does not provide or have influence over the content of the presentation.

From Dependent to Independent: Treatment Options for Essential Tremor & Parkinson’s Disease

Please join Dr. Drew Kern (Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Movement Disorders Neurologist) for a virtual event as he discusses the incisionless, outpatient treatment for patients diagnosed with Essential Tremor and Parkinson’s disease. Event attendees will learn how this innovative treatment can enhance and transform patients’ lives by improving hand tremor without invasive surgery.

Register now by visiting Resources.Insightec.com/Colorado.

Insightec is hosting this event but does not provide or have influence over the content of the presentation.

From Dependent to Independent: Treatment Options for Essential Tremor & Parkinson’s Disease

Please join Dr. Drew Kern (Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Movement Disorders Neurologist) for a virtual event as he discusses the incisionless, outpatient treatment for patients diagnosed with Essential Tremor and Parkinson’s disease. Event attendees will learn how this innovative treatment can enhance and transform patients’ lives by improving hand tremor without invasive surgery.

Register now by visiting Resources.Insightec.com/Colorado.

See the event flyer here.

Insightec is hosting this event but does not provide or have influence over the content of the presentation.