Henry Schein Dental Launches Webinar Series On Caring for Patients With Disabilities

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The webinar series will feature presenter and Maureen Munnelly Perry, DDS, MPA with unique topics covered in February, March, and April.

Henry Schein 2021 webinar series

Henry Schein Dental recently announced its upcoming 2021 webinar series, "Breaking Down Barriers to Care: Treating Patients with Disabilities" featuring host Maureen Munnelly Perry, DDS, MPA.

The series will include 3 free webinars designed to address common disabilities, ways to effectively adapt treatment approaches to meet unique patient needs, and techniques for behavior management. While attending the sessions is free, for a fee of $20 per webinar attendees can obtain 1 hour of continuing education credit.

The series was started in November 2020 and previous webinar sessions are available for on-demand viewing. The schedule for the upcoming 3 events in the series is:

  • February 18 at 6:00 p.m. EDT – “Dental Considerations for Patients with Epilepsy & Seizures”
  • March 23 at 6:00 p.m. EDT – “Dental Discussion on Intellectual Disabilities Featuring Down Syndrome”
  • April 21 at 6:00 p.m. EDT – “Autism: What’s New, What’s True & How Do We Provide Care?”

To register for the upcoming webinars or to view previous sessions, visit: https://henryscheindigital.com/breaking-down-barriers.

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