I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2017, and ever since then, I’ve been doing everything I can to live well with it. I exercise, go to boxing classes, and am constantly adding new learnings to my toolbox. I decided to become an Ambassador because I’ve received so much value from the Foundation’s resources, and I wanted to be able to share them with others. We are not alone, and I want others to know that.
Even though I’m living with Parkinson’s, I choose to have a positive outlook and focus on everything great that’s ahead of me. What I would like to see happen for my community now that I’ve become an Ambassador is to create a stronger bond between those living with Parkinson’s and the resources and support from the Foundation to help them live well today.
A life well lived is important to me. I care about helping others through their journey with Parkinson’s and showing them that a positive attitude does make a difference in living well today.