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Chicago Tribune: Parkinson's Patients Find Help at Willowbrook Fitness Facility

InspirFit offers PD programs designed to increase or maintain the physical well-being of participants. The foundation provides a grant to the program.

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Fox 4: Family Caregivers are Reminded That Taking a Break is a Necessity, Not A Luxury Tuesday, November 8, 2016

The executive director of the National Parkinson Foundation Heartland, Jane Ann Gorsky, says Dorothy, like all caregivers, needs to take breaks. "If you use all your energy, and that means emotional and physical energy, you will have no more to give to that person that really needs it," said Gorsky.

JCC Association of North America: Giving Parkinson’s a right hook Sunday, December 3, 2017

Through Jennifer Enslein' own contributions and fundraising efforts, including a grant for $20,000 from the National Parkinson’s Foundation, Enslein was able to secure the Rock Steady Boxing program, which began in August, for the next two years. The funds pay for special equipment and instructor training at Rock Steady Boxing in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The New York Times: Janet Reno Refused to Let Parkinson’s Define Her Monday, November 7, 2016

“She never invited discussion about herself,” said John W. Kozyak, NPF chairman and a friend of Ms. Reno’s for 30 years. “It took a lot of courage to stay in the public limelight when she had Parkinson’s.”

Huffington Post: Janet Reno Proved Life Does Not End After A Parkinson’s Disease Diagnosis Monday, November 7, 2016

Okun was one of Reno’s long-time healthcare providers, and he remembers that the former attorney general brought a can-do attitude toward her treatment and therapy at the Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration.

WPTV: Living with Parkinson's disease Monday, November 7, 2016

“We're mourning the loss of Janet Reno,” said Paul Kelly. “Just because you have Parkinson’s doesn't mean it's a life ending disease. You could still live out a long life.”

WLRN: Janet Reno, First Woman To Be U.S. Attorney General, Dies At 78 Monday, November 7, 2016

Miami’s Janet Reno, the first woman to be U.S. attorney general, died Monday at 78 from complications connected to Parkinson’s disease.

Daily Business Review: Reno Family Tradition: Final Days Spent With Poetry, Song Monday, November 7, 2016

Law firm founder John Kozyak shares Janet Reno's bedside vigil and her efforts to expand awareness of Parkinson's disease.

The Washington Post: The Latest: Obama recalls Janet Reno as American original Monday, November 7, 2016

NPF is dedicating its annual walk in downtown Miami to former Attorney General Janet Reno. Doctors say she proved a person can lead a productive and satisfying life with the disease. Reno raised awareness and funds for Parkinson’s research and outreach, and was honorary chair of the Miami walk from 2012 to 2015. Foundation Chairman John W.

SDFLA Blog: RIP Janet Reno, Guest Post by John Kozyak Monday, November 7, 2016

A guest post about Janet Reno's impact by Chariman of the Board John Kozyak.

HomeCare: Honor San Francisco Tuesday, November 1, 2016

As part of the caregiver training process, Honor partnered with the National Parkinson Foundation and the American Cancer Society to offer interested Care Pros additional training and certification in the care of patients with cancer or Parkinson’s.


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