Moving Day is more than just a walk. It raises awareness and funds to improve the lives of people living with Parkinson’s disease and advance toward a cure. This inspiring event brings together people of all ages and abilities for family-friendly fun and activities. Moving Day highlights movement and exercise as symbols of hope and progress because of their essential role in treating Parkinson’s disease. Take part in a variety of movement activities such as yoga, Tai Chi, boxing, dance, and much more. Whether you are part of a team or join as an individual, you’ll get a chance to move with hundreds of supporters who share a common goal – to help beat Parkinson’s. Register today!Contact Name:Celeste TennantContact Email:email@example.comContact Phone:404-397-1014Event Date Min:Saturday, November 10, 2018Event Location:University of North Florida - CoxwellJacksonville, FL 32224United States
Parkinson Disease Basics- Part Two with Dr. Michelle Burack (formerly PD 201 & PD 301)
This session will provide an overview of tools in the PD treatment toolbox. You will also learn how to build your welness team.
10:00-12:00pmFee(s):No ChargeContact Name:Nancy NealonContact Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Phone:5852345355Event Date Min:Saturday, November 17, 2018Event Location:1000 Elmwood AveRochester, NY 14620United StatesEvent Chapter:Greater Rochester
- Fee(s):FREE EVENTContact Name:Kate NelsonContact Phone:(312)-794-7254Event Date Min:Saturday, November 17, 2018Event Location:Rush Copley Heart Institute2088 Ogden AveAurora, IL 60504United StatesEvent Chapter:Chicago
- Event Date Min:Sunday, November 18, 2018Event Location:United States
Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET
Janis M. Miyasaki, MD, MEd, FRCPC, FAAN
Director, Parkinson and Movement Disorders Program, University of Alberta
Overview: In this webinar, Dr. Miyasaki will review the WHO criteria for palliative care, the various models of palliative care delivery, hospice and hospice criteria in the US, the challenge of palliative care coordination with subspecialists and the people required to make palliative care work. She will also review the symptoms of PD not often associated with symptom burden in addition to spouse and family challenges.
Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this webinar, the participants will:
- To list the benefits of palliative care regardless of stage of illness
- To list the non-traditional symptoms of PD
- To understand how palliative care can be incorporated in your practice
Janis Miyasaki, MD, MEd, FRCPC, FAAN
Dr. Miyasaki is a graduate of the University of Toronto completing medical school, residency and a movement disorders fellowship under Dr. Anthony Lang. She joined the University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry in 2014 following 22 years at the University of Toronto. Since 2015, Dr. Miyasaki became the Director of the Movement Disorders Program comprising 10 physicians (7 neurologists, 1 functional neurosurgeon, a neuropsychiatrist and geriatrician) and a dedicated interdisciplinary team.
She has held leadership positions at the University of Toronto, the University of Alberta, the International Parkinson Disease and Movement Disorder Society, the Parkinson Study Group and the American Academy of Neurology. Dr. Miyasaki founded the first dedicated Palliative Care Program for Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders at the University of Toronto in 2007. Since then, she has published original research on this topic and is viewed as the founder of palliative care for Parkinson’s disease. In 2015, Dr. Miyasaki established the Complex Neurologic Symptoms Clinic at the Kaye Edmonton Clinic, University of Alberta with Dr. Wendy Johnston, an expert in ALS. This program provides care to all neurologic patients with palliative care needs. Recent research includes a study of positive psychology applied to recently diagnosed people with Parkinson’s and a large multicenter randomized controlled study of ambulatory palliative care in Parkinson’s disease funded by the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute.Fee(s):FREEContact Name:Parkinson's FoundatioContact Phone:1-800-4PD-INFO (473-4636)Event Date Min:Tuesday, November 27, 2018Event Location:United StatesEvent Chapter:ChicagoGeorgiaGreater RochesterHeartlandMinnesotaOhioSouth FloridaSouth Palm Beach CountyWestern New York
Join the Parkinson's Foundation for this free educational program on Friday, November 30 at Heritage Sandy Springs. Together we will learn more about the important role exercise plays in maintaining balance, mobility and activities of daily living. Hear from local experts as they discuss the latest research findings on exercise, the role exercise should play in your treatment plan and how to stay active longer with therapies, medication and assistive devices.
We will also look at the benefits of group-based exercise and how your neurologist, physical therapist and fitness instructor can help address certain barriers to exercise for you and your loved ones.
- 9:30 a.m. Registration open and coffee served
- 10 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Why exercise? Jorge Juncos, MD
- 10:40 a.m. – 10:50 a.m. Fitness Demo PD Gladiators Fitness Network Instructor Herb Mesa
- 10:50 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Staying Active Longer: Using Medicine and Devices to Keep Moving Joash Lazarus, MD
- 11:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. Lunch Break and Patient Panel
- 12:10 p.m. – 12:40 p.m. Our Recent Research on Parkinson's, Group Exercise, Mood Change, and Quality-of-Life Jim Annesi, PhD and PD Gladiators Fitness Network Instructor Lynn Wark
- 12:50 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Fitness Demo PD Gladiators Fitness Network Instructor Lynn Wark
- 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. The Continuum of Care: How Doctors, Physical Therapists and Fitness Instructors Should Work Together Amy Morse, PT, DPT
The event is free and lunch will be provided. Seating is limited so please RSVP today.
Thank you to our generous supporters for making this event possible!Fee(s):FreeContact Name:Annie LongContact Email:email@example.comContact Phone:770-450-0792Event Image:Event Date Min:Friday, November 30, 2018Event Location:Heritage Sandy Springs6110 Blue Stone RdSandy Springs, GA 30328United StatesEvent Chapter:Georgia
LocationWoodfield Country Club3650 Club Pl, Boca Raton, FL 33496United StatesUSContact Name:Robin MillerContact Email:Rmiller@parkinson.orgContact Phone:561-962-1702Event Date Min:Friday, December 7, 2018Event Location:United StatesEvent Chapter:South Palm Beach County
Dr. Marshall is Chief of Geriatric Neurology at URMC. He has been caring for patients and families coping with Parkinson’s disease for nearly a quarter-century. In addition, he has been facilitating Mindful Practice retreats for medical professionals for the past decade.
10:00am-12:00pmFee(s):No ChargeContact Name:Nancy NealonContact Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Phone:585-234-5355Event Date Min:Saturday, December 15, 2018Event Location:1000 Elmwood AvePlease park at door #1Rochester, NY 14620United StatesEvent Chapter:Greater Rochester
Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET
Ronald Pfeiffer, MD
Oregon Health and Sciences University, Parkinson’s Foundation Center of ExcellenceFee(s):FREEContact Name:Parkinson's FoundatioContact Phone:1-800-4PD-INFO (473-4636)Event Date Min:Tuesday, January 15, 2019Event Location:United StatesEvent Chapter:ChicagoGeorgiaGreater RochesterHeartlandMinnesotaOhioSouth FloridaSouth Palm Beach CountyWestern New York
- Event Image:Event Date Min:Tuesday, January 15, 2019Event Location:United StatesEvent Chapter:Minnesota