Social Engagement: Sing Out Loud with Parkinson's

PD Health @ Home Social Engagement Series

*This is a virtual program, taking place live, using the online Zoom platform. Instructions on joining the webinar are provided after registering.*

Studies show that singing can help maintain strength in the muscles involved in speech and voice in people with Parkinson’s disease. Join us for a fun way to exercise your voice, speech and swallowing muscles - through SINGING!

Speaker:

Alyson Chananie, MS, CCC/SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Consultant
JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute Choir Director
ParkinSINGS Choir, a Parkinson’s Foundation Community Grant Recipient

Marty Alen Angstreich, Musician/Performer, Music Director, Arranger

There is no charge to attend, but registration is required.

Register Here

*Due to the nature of our social engagement programs and to protect to privacy of participants, we will not be recording or archiving these programs. By not recording, it's our hope that participants feel free and comfortable to share and that the program provides an intimate and “in the moment” experience.*


PD Health @ Home is presented by the Light of Day Foundation, whose generosity has made this programming possible.

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Event Date

Event Time
1 p.m. ET

Event Location

United States

Fees:

FREE

Contact Name:

Jennifer DeGruccio

Contact Email:

jdegruccio@parkinson.org

Contact Phone

(561) 206-3156

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