Retirement community offers free classes for people with Parkinson's disease

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When Jessie Ritter started working at the Dublin Retirement Village, she noticed that many residents with Parkinson’s disease had needs that were not being met. She reached out to the Parkinson’s Foundation and got involved with the organization’s Moving Day Columbus event. Lori Gum, Development Director for the Parkinson’s Foundation Great Lakes chapter, is quoted and the Foundation’s website is linked.


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