Please join Amanda Garzon, National Director of Program Services and Communication for the Hydrocephalus Association, as she discusses the signs, symptoms, and treatment of hydrocephalus, its impact on families and the community, and the urgent need for research into better treatment options.
Hydrocephalus means a lifetime of uncertainty for the families and individuals who are affected by the condition. Naturally, they want to learn more about what the condition entails and what treatments are available. Hydrocephalus affects a wide range of people, from infants and children to young, middle-aged and older adults.
This event is part of the Arlington Public Library’s Information is the Best Medicine Week