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Julie Hartmann, DCE and Assistant Professor in the DPT
program and 10 students will participate in a fall prevention program to be
held at Asbury Springhill in Erie, PA. The event will be held on the
first day of fall – September 22. This event is just one of many held
throughout the nation. This is the second year for Gannon University
student participation. This group consists of students from the first ,
second and third years of the graduate program. Julie was asked to be the
keynote speaker for this event.
Hartmann, DCE and Assistant Professor in the DPT program had an abstract
accepted for presentation at the Association for Gerontology in Higher
Education's 44th Annual Meeting and Educational Leadership Conference, “The
Global Business of Aging”, taking place March 1-4, 2018 in Atlanta, GA.
The abstract, Soar,
Strive, Stride- Exercise and Social Engagement Program for Individuals with
Early Stage Alzheimer’s Disease, describes
the development of this program in conjunction with DPT graduate student,
Abigail Cavalier and staff of the Greater Pa Chapter of the Alzheimer
Association (Sarah Murphy and Deb Wisinski)