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Upcoming Events

Tremolos: Choir for Parkinson's

Tuesday September 15, 2015
Music Works | 1331 118th Ave SE #400 | Bellevue, WA 98005

Through a fun series of breathing and vocal exercises, you can improve the volume, projection and quality of your voice. Choir director, Judi Spencer will lead you through singing classic songs with accompaniment. 

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2015 HOPE Conference™

Saturday September 26, 2015
Meydenbauer Center | 11100 NE 6th Street | Bellevue, WA 98004

Hopeconf

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!

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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PD University: What to Consider when Getting DBS

Wednesday November 11, 2015
Virginia Mason Hospital & Medical Center Lindeman Pavilion, Level 1 Buse Education Room

Have you been thinking about getting Deep Brain PD UniversityStimulation (DBS) surgery? This program will speak to the important things to consider when you’re making a decision about DBS. What can DBS really do for you?  What questions should you ask your healthcare team? What are your expectations from the surgery?

Sponsored by NWPF and hosted by EvergreenHealth & Virginia Mason.

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4th World Parkinson Congress

Tuesday September 20, 2016
Portland, OR
The 4th World Parkinson Congress will provide an international, interdisciplinary forum showcasing the latest developments in the world of Parkinson's disease by bringing together the global Parkinson's community for an extensive four-day program.
WPC Conference
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Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Parkinson's
Wednesday Aug 05, 2015
Join us from your computer!

Our speaker this month is Dr. Lynne Shinto, whose focus is on complementary and alternative medicine and neurologic disorders. She uses natural medicine to help expand treatments that can be used with conventional medicine. Dr. Shinto will be helping participants understand the potential benefits of Tai Chi, acupunture, supplements and more!

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