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LIVING with Parkinson's: Boise Conference
Saturday September 20, 2014 - 9:00AM
St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center - McCleary Auditorium - Central Tower, Main Entrance | 1055 N Curtis Road | Boise, ID 83706
Registration for this event is now closed. For questions, please contact NWPF at 877.980.7500 or PRO at 800.426.6806.
Treatment Options & Strategies for People with Parkinson's & Their Family Members
Saturday, September 20, 2014 | 9:00am - 3:30pm
St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
McCleary Auditorium - Central Tower, Main Entrance | 1055 N Curtis Road | Boise, ID 83706
Free valet parking at the Circle Drive - Central Tower, Main Entrance!
Keynote: The Research Pipeline - Dr. Monique Giroux, Movement Disorder Specialist and Parkinson's Disease thought leader, Medical Director of Northwest Parkinson's Foundation
PD 101- Dr. Barbara Morgan of Elks Rehab Hospital Movement Disorders Center
The Best Nutrition for Your Parkinson's - Dr. Laurie Mischley of Seattle Integrative Medicine & Bastyr University
So You Have Parkinson's? Keep Moving! - Renee Hawkins, PT, MSPT, NCS of the Elks Rehabilitation Hopsital
Dance for Parkinson's Demonstration - Lizzie Keller of Ballet Idaho, the Trey McIntyre Project and Dance for Parkinson's
Download a .pdf of the agenda here.
Registration is now closed. For questions, please contact NWPF at 877.980.7500 or PRO at 800.426.6806.
Conference Fee: The conference fee includes free valet parking, admittance to speaker presentations, group activities, contiental breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack and vendor exhibits.
Before September 6, 2014 - $20
Sept. 6 to Sept. 20, 2014 - $25
Need based scholarships are available upon request, please contact Melissa at 206.946.6515 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information please contact Melissa Tribelhorn at 206.946.6515 or Anna Sanger Reed at 800.426.6806
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Highlighted EventTremolo Singers Holiday Session VIII
Tuesday Nov 28, 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 email@example.com.