Join us for a day featuring presentations by notable medical experts and presenters on a wide range of topics pertinent to “Living Well with Parkinson’s Disease.”
This year’s theme is Finding Your Happy!
|Joel Weintraub is a “humorous educator” who has managed to merge the formerly disparate worlds of comedy, business, health, health care and education. By combining his professional comedy experience with his masters degree in Exercise Physiology and his bachelors in Health Education from Temple University, Joel has entertained and educated audiences as diverse as Alzheimer and Parkinson’s Associations, Health Care Associations, Hospice and Palliative Care Organizations, Assisted Living and Home Care Associations. From the “World Bank” to Dangerfield’s Comedy Club to major radio stations, the local news and the Food Channel … they have all laughed and learned with “Humor for the Health of it”.|
|Bob Tebow 70, was born on January 27 th, 1948 in Cincinnati, Ohio as Robert Ramsey Tebow Jr. Bob received a B.S. degree in Health and Human Performance from the University of Florida in 1971, and he graduated from Western Seminary in 1976. Bob is married to Pam Tebow since June of 1971, and they have five children.
Bob was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in the Spring of 2015. His son Tim Tebow recalls getting the bad news in an Atlanta hotel room. Bob told PEOPLE Magazine that the diagnosis doesn’t change his outlook at all. He said, “I may be slower, and I may shake on the way, but I still have work to do.”
Tuesday, October 9, 2018 from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
10617 Taylorsville Road
Jeffersontown, KY 40299
COST: Free to attend courtesy of CraftWorks Foundation and Pints for Parkinson’s Foundation