To a Seminar

on July 27, 2014

“How to Live Well with Parkinson’s Disease”

Hosted and Presented by:

Movement Disorder Neurologist, Dr. Fiona Gupta
and Functional Neurosurgeon, Dr. Hooman Azmi

Click here for more information

 



Exercise

Parkinson's Movement Class takes place every Wednesday from 1-2 at the Virtua Rohrer Center, 2309 Evesham Rd Voorhees  $60 for any 6 classes.  Free to members of the Rohrer Center. Free Trial Class is available.  Call 856-325-5300 for further information

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Qi Gong takes place  at 11 AM the the second Thursday of July, August and September at the Willingboro Library,  220 Willingboro Way, Willingboro.  For further info call 877-6668.  Join us! There is no cost.


 

2014 Optimism 
5k Run/Walk & 1/2 Mile Fun Run

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Johnson Park

Piscataway, NJ 

Camilla Comer-Carruthers

Click Here to Register 

 

 

For information on

Medicines in Development on Parkinson's Disease

check this site presented by

America's Biopharmaceutical
Research Companies

(Click Here)


Workshops and Symposiums

 

 

A six week course on Living with a Chronic Disease is available when a group is formed for it.  In Burlington County it will be held in Westampton.   8-20 people are needed to form the group.  Provides excellent information on adjusting to situations.  Courses now available in Burlington County but people in Camden County also have programs available. Contact Myra 609-304-5761 sharing your time preferences for the program.
 



Philadelphia Museum Workshop for People with
Parkinson's Disease and their Caregivers,


"I'VE GOT MY EYE ON YOU" is the theme for July.

Three hour program including two hours studio work
and one hour touring the M
useum.

 Choose a time to go…July 9,16,17,or 23
rd
Cost $10 for Person with PD, $12 parking.

Care partner is free. Call 215-684-7602
for further information and to sign up.

 

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