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2015 HOPE Conference™

Saturday September 26, 2015 - 9:00AM
Meydenbauer Center | 11100 NE 6th Street | Bellevue, WA 98004


The 2015 HOPE Conference™ will offer information on medications, treatments, diet, mindfulness and movement for patients & families. Mark your calendars now for Saturday, September 26, 2015!

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New to HOPE this year, internationally renowned speakers:

  • Tom Isaacs - 2013 recipient of the Global Parkinson's Award, Co-Founder of the Cure Parkinson's Trust in the United Kingdom
  • Daniel Weintraub, MD - Associate Professor of Psychiatry at University of Pennsylvania Perelman Medical School, research includes cognitive symptoms of Parkinson's
  • Jon Palfreman - Peabody award winning journalist, Author of Brain Storms, Producer of PBS's Frontline

Plus, breakout sessions, movement breaks and more! View the agenda here.

Here's a sneak preview of what's in store:

Distributed with the Northwest Parkinson's Foundation

Exhibitors will include a variety of organizations and companies sharing information and resources for people with Parkinson’s disease and their care providers.

Additional exhibits will feature information on Parkinson’s medications, research, treatments and care options.

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can't make it to seattle?
We're excited to announce the first HOPE Conference Live Stream! Anyone with a computer and an internet connection can now watch the conference from home. Register for the online viewing for FREE at www.parkinsonshope.org!
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Many thanks to our 2015 HOPE Conference™ Sponsors

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