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"It is not unusual for people with Parkinson's have a care partner—a family member or friend who is there to provide support. My situation is a little different. I have a care cat." -Terry Harrigan
July 13, 2018
Looking for a page-turner about Parkinson's, an encyclopedia, or both?
Whether you'd like to better understand or differently experience life with Parkinson's,…
March 14, 2019
A brother, two sisters, and their community—together, the Hankens raise awareness of Parkinson's.
May 08, 2018
In this Spotlight, Board Member Liz Keller shares about her Dance for Parkinson’s classes, and her excitement for the future—including Boise Parkinson’s Day on June 23!
Sometimes, an air of mystery se…
June 18, 2018
Parkinson's Pete brings his eagle-eye to this text on creativity, Parkinson's and one woman's endeavor to unite the two.
May 25, 2018
Parkinson's Pete reviews "The Highest Tide", a unique novel by Pacific Northwest author Jim Lynch.
July 06, 2018
"When you have to slow down, take advantage of it," Terry Harrigan writes in this guide to picnicking with Parkinson's.
"Picnic! The word conjures up happy memories of al fresco noshing with friends a…
July 20, 2018
"Astrophotography - a specialized type of photography of astronomical objects, celestial events, and areas of the night sky".
Bill Clugston is an avid learner and photographer—particularly of the sta…
August 01, 2018
Bill Clugston runs. Sometimes, a small voice used to join him. Though it's not a very orthodox coach, Bill keeps running with Parkinson's.
August 24, 2018
A new community can be affirming—and alienating. Especially when it revolves around a neurodegenerative disease.
Brian Harris is familiar with community engagement. He’s still getting to know Parkins…
April 19, 2018