InspirFit offers PD programs designed to increase or maintain the physical well-being of participants. The foundation provides a grant to the program.
Chicago Tribune: Parkinson's Patients Find Help at Willowbrook Fitness Facility
Miami’s Janet Reno, the first woman to be U.S. attorney general, died Monday at 78 from complications connected to Parkinson’s disease.
Law firm founder John Kozyak shares Janet Reno's bedside vigil and her efforts to expand awareness of Parkinson's disease.
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.
A guest post about Janet Reno's impact by Chariman of the Board John Kozyak.
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.
At 85, Lea Nixon, is adamant about her weekly boxing class at PD Gladiators to help control her PD symptoms.
Moving Day® NC Triangle on October 29, 2016 brings Parkinson's disease awareness to North Carolina.
Dr. Michael Okun is the national medical director of the National Parkinson Foundation. "A delayed response for medications to kick in and start working is a huge issue for many of our patients who call the Parkinson's Foundation helpline," he said.
Lynn Braun, 62, of Deerfield, takes each step purposefully. She participated in the National Parkinson Foundation's fifth annual Moving Day Chicago in Lincoln Park on Sept. 24. Diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in early 2012, she is certified to coach classes at Rock Steady Boxing in Glenview. The Brauns have lived in Deerfield since 1980 when they bought their first home.
The FDA approved the first implant of the St. Jude Medical Infinity A surgical treatment for Parkinson's disease. A special wire (lead) is inserted into a specific area of the brain responsible for movement. The lead is connected to a pacemaker-like device implanted in the chest region.