Saturday, August 1, 2015
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
64 Robbins Street, Waterbury, CT 06721
The Interpersonal Effects of Essential Tremor
How does ET affect your family life, friendships, and work?
What can you do to positively impact your relationships with others?
Guest Speaker: Dr. Joan Monin
Our guest speaker will be Dr. Joan Monin, who received her PhD in psychology at Carnegie Mellon University. Dr. Monin is a tenure-track Assistant Professor at Yale School of Public Health in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Division of Chronic Disease Epidemiology. Her research focuses on the impact caring for a loved one has on “caregivers” and ways that “caregivers” and “care recipients” can interact with one another to improve psychological and physical health.
To register or request information, email Helen Moser or submit the form below.
Click here for driving directions and parking information.
The CT essential tremor support group is sponsored by
- The hospital has a large free parking lot
From Route 84 – Eastbound from New York or Danbury area
Exit 18 (Chase Parkway). Turn right and go to the first traffic light. Then turn right and go to the next light. Turn right (this is West Main Street). Take the second left onto Robbins Street for 1/2 mile. Hospital is on the left.
From Route 84 – Westbound from Hartford area
Exit 18 (Highland Avenue/West Main Street). Take fork to West Main Street. Turn right (this is West Main Street). Take the first left onto Robbins Street for 1/2 mile. Hospital is on the left.
From Route 8 – Northbound from Naugatuck or Bridgeport area
Exit 32 (Downtown Waterbury). Continue straight through second light (West Main Street) moving into the far left lane, bear left under underpass to stop sign (Watertown Ave). Go straight up hill (Robbins Street). Hospital entrance is next right.
Route 8 – Southbound from Watertown, Thomaston or Torrington
Exit 34 (West Main Street/Downtown Waterbury exit). Take a right at the end of the exit onto West Main Street. Take the first right onto Colley Street (this is a one-way street). Hospital is straight ahead, on Robbins Street.