Please note that the in-person event is from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. PT and the online event is 10-11:30 a.m. PT.
For veterans living with Parkinson's disease (PD), thinking and learning changes can be a concern. These cognitive challenges can affect not only the person with Parkinson’s, but also their care partners, families and friends.
Join us to hear from Parkinson's disease experts and advocates about strategies and treatments to help prevent and slow cognitive decline.
Attend in-person or watch the program at-home via Zoom: This program will be in-person in Paramount, CA. You have the option of attending our in-person program or you can watch the webinar from home via Zoom. Please tell us which option you prefer during the registration process.
This program is open to people with Parkinson's, their family, friends, and the community. There is no charge to attend, but registration is required.
Megan Gomez, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, VA Long Beach Healthcare System
Andrew Petkus, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Assistant Professor, USC Neurology
The Parkinson’s Foundation is grateful for the unwavering support of our Program Sponsors. We invite you to view our full list of sponsors and learn more about them by visiting our Chapter Supporters Webpage.
Are you in the San Francisco area? Join us for an in-person Viewing Party option:
Location of Viewing Party: Lake Merced Boathouse, 1 Harding Rd, San Francisco, CA 94132.
Time of Viewing Party: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.
Contact: Annie Li Wong, Annie.email@example.com or 415-379-5530, or Elizabeth Wong, Elizabeth.Wong@va.gov.
Join us to discuss Parkinson's symptoms, treatments, and progression while we explore important factors in helping live your best life, including exercise, support systems, and hospital safety with Parkinson's.
Learn about the impact motor fluctuations can have on patients’ quality of life, as well as new treatment options that can help better manage the unmet medical needs of PD patients.
This program provides information on how Parkinson's disease affects sleep quality and addresses ways you can get a better night's sleep while living with PD.