Tony Garrett – Evansville

Tony began having tremors in his 20’s.  He had his suspicions but didn’t secure a diagnosis until more than a decade later — Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease, or YOPD.  Tony and his family had so many questions but even after multiple trips to Vanderbilt University hoping for answers, Vanderbilt could… Continue reading

Duopa: Continuing the Journey – July 18, 2018

Duopa: Continuing the Journey DUOPA (carbidopa and levodopa) enteral suspension is a prescription medicine used for treatment of advanced Parkinson’s disease. DUOPA contains two medicines carbidopa and levodopa. The program is intended for patients and caregivers. PROGRAM FLYER Wednesday July 18, 2018 Program and Dinner 6:00 PM Coals Artisan Pizza… Continue reading

Eat, Drink & Play

The Parkinson Support Center appreciates the support and commitment of our community. It is because of you that we can serve all of Kentucky and Indiana. Below is a list of shared sales fundraising events that have been planned by constituents in efforts to support this great cause. If you or… Continue reading

Painting with Parkinson’s May 19, 2018

Join us as we Paint and Brunch! Let’s paint through motor symptoms such as Tremors, Rigidity, and Bradykinesia. Do I need artistic talent to complete the painting? No!  – An artist will guide you step-by-step through your painting while you socialize & express yourself! Time: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM… Continue reading

Mind, Mood and Memory Series – Louisville

Mind, Mood and Memory Series There are many non-motor symptoms that are experienced because of Parkinson’s disease or medications used for treatment. Self-awareness is the first step to managing these symptoms. Are you comfortable discussing topics such as anxiety, night terrors, depression, Parkinson’s disease Psychosis, and sleep patterns while navigating… Continue reading

Mind, Mood and Memory Series – Evansville

Mind, Mood and Memory Series There are many non-motor symptoms that are experienced because of Parkinson’s disease or medications used for treatment. Self-awareness is the first step to managing these symptoms. Are you comfortable discussing topics such as anxiety, night terrors, depression, Parkinson’s disease psychosis, and sleep patterns while navigating… Continue reading