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HOPE Montana

Wednesday May 25, 2016
Flathead Valley Community College | 777 Grandview Drive | Kalispell, MT 59901

HOPE Conference

HOPE Montana in Kalispell will feature experts in the movement disorder field as well as people from the Parkinson's community. 

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NWPF and PRC to Merge

SEATTLE, March 22, 2016 – The Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation (NWPF) and Parkinson’s Resource Center of Spokane (PRC) announced today the two organizations are merging, effective April 4, 2016. The merged organization will be better equipped to meet its mission to deliver quality-of-life services for people living with Parkinson’s disease (PD).

By combining efforts on both sides of the Cascades, the new NWPF will provide optimal-quality care to Parkinson’s communities in the Inland Northwest that currently lack resources.

The offices in both Spokane and Mercer Island will remain open with the same local team members. The PRC office will be named the NWPF Inland Empire office. Current programming in both locations will remain the same.

Donors of the Inland Empire office can be assured their gifts will be used to enhance local programs already in existence and develop new and creative ways to improve lives. Click here to make a donation.

NWPF encourages anyone with a connection to PD to sign up for its weekly E-Newsletter to receive the latest PD news from around the world and local programming provided by NWPF Inland Empire.

Questions? Call Steve Wright, Executive Director at 206.946.6514 or email info@nwpf.org.

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Book Review - Lucky Man: A Memoir

Monday May 23, 2016

There is much to admire in Michael J. Fox. He had the gumption to rise from poverty to the pinnacle of his profession. He found the good in a bad diagnosis. He refused to let a miserable disease make him miserable. He escaped the escape into alcoholism. He admitted his shortcomings and laughed — and makes us laugh — at his stumbles.

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