March Meeting Notes

Our March meeting was an open discussion on relationships and how Parkinson’s has affected them, for better or for worse.  Overall relationships with our children, for those of us who have children, are the most difficult. Travel can be challenging and anxiety-inducing, the stress exacerbating our symptoms and making meds less effective. Many of us […]

Upcoming March Meeting and Lots More

How has Parkinson’s affected your relationship(s) with your spouse/significant other, your children and grandchildren, siblings, parents, relatives, or close friends?    Come join us on Wednesday, March 6, from 1.00 P.M. – 3.00 P.M. for an open discussion on how Parkinson’s has affected your relationships, for better or for worse, with those near and dear in […]

Isn’t She Terrific?

I love doing the blog for WWPD but my eye issues have really made it a challenge. I was grateful when a fellow traveller offered to help me get it back up to date and make it a more vigorous instrument for all of us- those who make the meetings, those who can’t, future speakers […]

Happy New Year 2019

We welcomed three guest speakers to our first 2019 meeting on January 2, a dynamic trio of Parkinson’s activists working to make a difference in our community. His keen sense of humor as evident as his initial dyskinesia, Karl Robb introduced himself by saying he was still in denial about his Parkinson’s diagnosis at age […]