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HOPE Spokane 2017

Friday February 03, 2017 - 9:00AM
Hotel RL by Red Lion | 303 W North River Drive | Spokane, WA 99201

HOPE Only 

Northwest Parkinson's Foundation presents HOPE Spokane, an educational symposium for patients, family, friends and carepartners in the Parkinson's community. The 2017 HOPE Conference Spokane will offer the latest information on Parkinson’s, as well as Hope to live your best life with PD. Plus, a resources fair, movement breaks and more!

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. Please register at the Check-In table. Registration and Check-In begins at 9 a.m.

Details

Conference fee includes admittance to all speaker presentations, resource fair, continental breakfast snacks and lunch. Plus, free parking is available with drop off available with volunteer assistance.

Scholarships are available for those in our community needing financial assistance. Please call NWPF Inland Empire for more information.

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

Agenda

9 a.m. Check in and Parkinson's Resources Fair Begin
10 a.m. Presentations and Workshops Begin
11:30 a.m. Lunch
3 p.m. Presentations and Workshops Conclude
4 p.m. Resources Fair Concludes

Topics Include

The Future of Parkinson's Care, Research and More
Jason Aldred, MD, Movement Disorder Specialist, Northwest Neurological

Gut Health and Parkinson's Disease
Sabrina Gonder, Certified Health Coach, Get Healthy with Sabrina

Orthostatic Hypotension
Anne Marie Bergeleen, ARNP

Brief Update on DBS
Jamie Mark, MSN, ARNP

Non Medical Keynote
John Lapham, Rover.com

Music Therapy and Multiple Benefits for Brain and Body
Carla Carnegie, MT-BC

And more. Stay tuned for the full agenda!

Questions? 

NWPF Inland Empire Office
509.443.3361 
cyndi@nwpf.org

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Thank you to our sponsors

KAH Hospice CMYK

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