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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Erika Branch, Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana, Executive Director 502.254.3388   Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana RECEIVES GRANT FROM ARGI GIVES COMMUNITY GRANT PROGRAM FOR Medication Management  Louisville, KY January 22, 2019 – Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana is pleased to announce it has received a $1,300 grant from the ARGI Gives Community Grant…

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Gift from the Thief

By Sharon Bowers After being in a place where I had everything in order, I became angry and depressed because the thief, Parki, stole my confident self. All I could think about was how bad this feels . . . on so many levels. Fast forward nearly two years. Wow!…

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Medication Management

*This program is FREE to people with Parkinson’s Disease and their Families* What is Medication Management? A 90 minute session with Pharmacist, Chris Harlow, Director of Pharmacy Services at Your Community Pharmacy.  Topics covered will be the basics of PD medications, important points of when to notify your MD or…

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Caregiver Help Webinar Series

Parkinson Support Center is pleased to present the Caregiver Help Webinar Series. This 8 month webinar series incorporates humor and real-life caregiving stories into difficult topics such as caregiver anger, guilt, depression and grief. Based on her own experience of caring for family elders, Caregiver Speaker Elaine K Sanchez, developed a…

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Feet to the Fire Writers Workshop

Web Info Links 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…

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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…

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