2018 Living Well with Parkinson’s Symposium

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! Keynote Speakers: Joel Weintraub is a “humorous educator” who has managed to merge the formerly disparate worlds… Continue reading

Evansville Care Partners Retreat

PASATS Care Partners Retreat September 15, 2018   Deaconess Johnson Hall 600 Edgar St. Evansville, IN 47710 September 15, 2018 9:00-1:30 p.m. Please join us for a day focused on the Caregiver.  Hear from prominent speakers in the community on topics relevant to the Parkinson’s Caregiver.  Take time to meet… Continue reading

Feet to the Fire Writer’s Workshop

Feet to the Fire Writers’ Workshops is happy to be able to offer a 6-week workshop at the Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana, beginning on Tuesday, August 14, 2018. Designed to engage members in  cognitive-rich prompted writing exercises each week, Feet to the Fire offers a perfect learning opportunity to… Continue reading

Feet to the Fire Writers Workshop

Web Info Links https://www.feettothefirewriters.com/for-seniors https://www.facebook.com/onfirewriters/ Join Us for a Stroll Down Memory Lane Feet to the Fire Writers’ Workshops® offers a place to belong in a circle of writers.  Through weekly motivation by a skilled writing instructor, you will “find your feet” and be able to share with others in an… Continue reading

The Parkinson’s Buddy Program

What is the Buddy Program: The Buddy Program is an educational program that pairs first-year medical students with people diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.   Buddies are  matched for one calendar year, and are asked to meet for approximately 2-3 hours a month. The program aims to: Educate medical students on Parkinson’s… Continue reading

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