Events

2018 Annual Parkinson’s Disease Symposium

Friday, February 16, 2018 9:00 am

Topic:‘The Mind, Mood and Memory in Parkinson’s Disease.’ Keynote Speaker:Dr. Chauncey Spears, MD is a neurologist and senior movement disorders fellow at the University of Florida Center...

Living Well Annual Conference 2017

From 11/04/17 8:30 am until 11/04/17 3:30 pm

The fourth annual Living Well With Parkinson’s Disease Conference will occur on Saturday, November 4, 2017 from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm at The DoubleTree by Hilton in Greentree. Over 270 participants...

Regional Parkinson’s Conference

November 11, 2017

The conference is designed to provide information and support to people living and working with Parkinson’s. Our professional speakers are dedicated to helping people live better with...

Testimonials

“whatever hand life deals you, whatever life changing adversity you have to endure, you still have some control over it.” “You don’t have to just to live well,” he advises,” but live an Amazing Life.” The formula he proposes: Faith in yourself, discipline, determination, desire, intensity, and inner strength.

MARY SPREMULLI VOICE AEROBICS

Yes, you touched every person at our conference, who will in turn change and impact so many others. The feedback from our participants was overwhelmingly positive. You are the only speaker to ever receive a standing ovation. Thank you for taking time to share, motivate and inspire. We are blessed to know you.

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING REHABILITATION HOSPITAL

I will be honest. During the first 10 minutes of your presentation, I started reading work related material on my laptop. For surely, I had watched your You-Tube and seen your videos and knew what to expect. Surely, as a therapist I had studied this disease, the pathological components, the psychological components, the treatment alternatives……..Surely, I understand it.

Not so much. You caught my attention and I was enthralled. You were able to couple the impairments you experience with the emotions felt. You walked us through your life with the disease through “your eyes”. A perspective that a therapist/nurse rarely has the chance to hear. We get so busy telling patients how to deal with x, y and z, but our eyes are blurred by the science of it all most of the time.

You did it through truth, Through your humor, humility and determination to tell your story. One that most deservedly needs to be shared.

I will advocate to have you share your story. I appreciate your determination, diligence and dedication.

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER REHABILITATION HOSPITAL