Thursday, February 6, 2014

February Parkinson's Activities For Anchorage Area

So what does February have in store for those of us of the PD persuasion? Besides the usual stumbling, fumbling, mumbling and tumbling, I mean. Well our friends at the Telehealth broadcast have another  show for us! Monday, February 10th at 1:00 p.m. We will hear from Ruth Palnick, Chaplain and a person diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson’s.

Presentation Titled: “I love you but…”
“What people with Parkinson’s Disease wish their loved ones understood.”
Ruth’s presentation will be based on the myths and misconceptions about Parkinson’s Disease itself and what those affected experience that many don’t realize, including many things that many people with Parkinson’s like Ruth, say others don’t know but would be helpful to better understand what those affected by the disease are going through.
Please join us! Share and bring family and friends for a great topic!
- See more here.

To find the broadcast go to room 2401 of the Providence oncology wing on Piper St. Head to the second floor, walk down the lonnnnnnnng hall that stretches South from the cafe and look for room 2401 pretty much at the end of the hall on your right.
Our regular support group meeting will be held on Saturday, the 15th of February.  We'll be looking at what is trending in PD news, discuss where to find pd info and see if we can come up with ways to verify whether a source is trustworthy. I look forward to seeing everyone.
Keep it together until then!


Anonymous said...

I was eagerly anticipating a cartoon rendition of something in your (our) lives when I saw this. But alas...perhaps soon! I miss them and you're so talented at getting those salient points across.
Susan Laufman in Houston

Peter Dunlap-Shohl said...

Sorry to have led you on, but I will be posting more salient cartoons soon. Thanks for the attaboy.