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Your Parkinson's News Update for the Week of 10.19.20

Monday October 19, 2020

Your Parkinson's News Update for the Week of 10.19.20

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Your Parkinson's News Update for the Week of 10.12.20

Monday October 12, 2020

Your Parkinson's News Update for the Week of 10.12.20

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Did you know that Parkinson’s can impact your hearing?

Monday February 22, 2021

"From talking with family and friends to healthcare providers, it can be challenging to communicate over the phone with others when you are experiencing hearing loss. We recognize the challenge faced by the Parkinson’s community who have lost some or all of their hearing, and those who were born d/Deaf or hard of hearing. That is why at NW Parkinson’s we are opening our doors to prepare to utilize services that allow us to communicate with individuals using telecommunication devices to reach individuals with Parkinson’s and their support networks facing this barrier." Read more from Michaelah Knarr, Master of Social Work intern!

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The Beauty of Slow

Monday February 01, 2021

"I went through my old repertoire and picked out the slowest tune I could remember playing, a whaling tune called “Farewell to Tarwathie”. Then I cranked up the volume, and something clicked. The notes rang and sustained beautifully through the amplifier, and took on warmth as the gain control added distortion to the tones. Think Jimi Hendrix goes whaling. (Did I just compare my playing with Hendrix?  Oops. Only in the broadest sense, okay?)" Read Peter Dunlap-Shohl's latest here!

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The Parkinson's PostMore Issues

Parkinson's Post, Fall 2020

  • Telemedicine, COVID-19 & the NW Parkinson's Community
  • "On Fire": an interview with author, A.C. Woolnough
  • Support group leaders from around the Northwest
  • Evergreen Hospital, the Booth Gardner Parkinson's Care Center & NW Parkinson's
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