Wellness Wednesdays: Mental Wellness Series
Living with a chronic and progressive disease like Parkinson’s disease (PD) is no small feat. While PD can feel overwhelming at times, finding ways to connect with meaning and purpose, stay on track with your goals and maintain a strong support network can improve quality of life. Building a healthy, balanced routine can also promote well-being.
Join us to learn from people living with Parkinson’s and PD specialists about ways to actively influence your mental narrative and improve your overall health during this candid, virtual conversation.
Paul French, Person with Parkinson's
PD Advocate and Board Member of the Parkinson's Association of the Rockies
Lou Eisenbrandt, Person with Parkinson's
Parkinson's Foundation People with Parkinson's Advisory Council, Member
Gregory Pontone, MD, MHS
Johns Hopkins, Parkinson's Disease Neuropsychiatry Clinic, Director
Terry Ellis, PhD, PT , FAPTA
Boston University, Professor & Chair; Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent
Bradley McDaniels, PhD, CRC
University of North Texas, College of Health & Public Service, Assistant Professor
Franchino Porciuncula PT, DPT, PhD
Center of Neurorehabilitation, Boston University
There is no charge to attend, but registration is required.
This is a virtual program, taking place live, using the online Zoom platform. Instructions on joining the webinar are provided after registering.
PD Health @ Home is presented by the Light of Day Foundation, whose generosity has made this programming possible.
Join us every Monday as our expert speaker leads you in guided relaxation techniques to help boost brain power and reduce stress.
A virtual network for people living with Parkinson's disease (PD) who live alone, by choice or circumstance.
In this program, we will offer tips on how to make a positive impact in the life of your loved one living with Parkinson’s while also supporting yourself.