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Tuesday Dec 05, 2017
Music Works | 1331 118th Avenue SE, Suite #400 | Bellevue WA 98005
One of the best ways to get into the holiday spirit is to sing. Up to 90% of People with Parkinson’s will experience changes in the voice. A great way to improve articulation and intonation is through singing – plus it is fun! Come join the Tremolo Singers for their Holiday Season Session and meet new friends. Join for one session, or all four. For more information, contact Judi Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Monday November 27, 2017
As I’ve pointed out before, Parkinson’s has its own vocabulary, if not its own language. This ugly brute of a disease is adorned lavishly in terrific words and phrases, like a warthog wearing pearls. I hate experiencing festination, emotional incontinence, dyskinesia and postural instability, but as words, they are colorful, have interesting etymologies, and are esoteric yet highly useful on their turf. For a word-hoarder, connoisseur or aficionado, they are irresistible.Read Article