Tuesday, May 3 at 2:00 p.m.
Oak Park Place
718 Jupiter Drive, Madison
Refreshments will be served.
RSVP: Space is limited—please reserve your place by calling 608.663.8720 by Friday, April 29.
Who needs sleep?
We all do, and as we age it becomes increasingly challenging to get that good night’s rest. Many factors contribute to restlessness and inability to fall asleep, including stress, pain, and even side effects from medications. UW Health’s own Nancy Ninman will be on hand to talk about sleep disorders—how they affect us and how you can help ease those things that are keeping you from your rest.
Our presenter will be Nancy Ninman is an ANCC credentialed geriatric nurse practitioner in the Movement Disorders Clinic at the UWHC Neurology Department. She works with sleep, movement disorder, and Parkinson’s Disease patients on a daily basis and has interests in geriatric health, dementia, and deep brain stimulation. Nancy graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Nursing where she received her BSN as well as her master’s degree in nursing.
Presented in partnership by: Oak Park Place, UW Health – Neurology and Moving Forward.