Dr. Thomas Harding learned from his mentor, Dr. James Craine, the nuances of developing specific neurotraining plans for brain- injured patients.
So moved by witnessing firsthand the progress made by his patients, he analyzed over 20 years of data collected by his mentor in Hawaii and reported his positive findings in 2005.
A skilled neuropsychologist in both the geriatric and brain-injured populations, Dr. Harding has made guest appearances on TV and Radio Talk Shows discussing dementia-related topics.
He is also a frequent speaker at conferences for AARP, care-giver organizations, churches and companies
discussing topics including proper brain stimulation and other dementia prevention strategies.
Being community minded, Dr. Harding has served as Vice Chair of the Hawaii State Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Board, Department of Health.
He is also the recipient of the 2012 Outstanding Community Mental Health Leader award by Mental Health America of Hawaii.
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Working with a group on Neurologists, Dr. Tom created a Neuropsychology Department that provided training and supervision for future doctoral students studying geriatric neuropsychological assessment.
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