9th Occupational Science Scholar Joan Toglia Presents Feb. 12th

Feb 4, 2016
Brenau Staff
A flier for Joan Toglia’s presentation at Brenau Friday, Feb. 12.
Click to view a flier for Joan Toglia’s presentation at Brenau Friday, Feb. 12.

Joan Toglia, dean of Mercy College’s School of Health & Natural Sciences, will speak at the Brenau University Downtown Center’s Theatre on the Square Friday, Feb. 12.

Her presentation, Executive Dysfunction and the Impact of Occupational Performance and Participation, is part of the 9th Annual Occupational Science Scholar Series.

A professional associate at New York Presbyterian-Cornell Weill Medical Center’s Rehabilitative Medicine Department, Toglia has more than three decades of experience in occupational therapy, specializing in neurorehabilitation and acquired brain injuries.

Her contributions to the field of cognitive rehabilitation theory and practice have earned her numerous accolades, including an American Occupational Therapy Association Recognition of Achievement Award in 2001.

The event is from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. It is free and open to the public. A reception, which is also free and open to the public, will be held in the theatre lobby after the presentation.

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