Living Well

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02 Mar: The Victory SUMMIT® Virtual Event – Newly Diagnosed

This November, our final Victory Summit® Event for 2020 brought together people with Parkinson’s, care partners, family members, and wellness professionals for a day of information, inspiration, and connection. The Victory Summit – Boise event featured sessions from experts in physical, occupational, and speech-language therapy, as well as information about resources, including support groups and exercise classes, in the Boise area.
March

28 Feb: What’s Coming Next Month: March 2021

Join us in March for our many inspirational, educational, and Team DPF events. You’ll hear from experts and people with Parkinson’s on a variety of topics, but no matter the subject, rest assured that you will walk away feeling hopeful, knowledgable, and inspired.
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22 Feb: [Video] YOPD Council: Death and Dying

Receiving a Parkinson’s diagnosis when you’re young is overwhelming enough as it is. Add the need to exercise daily, attend a variety of medical appointments, and focus on your mental health to an already busy work schedule and it can feel like too much. Plus, if you don’t love your current career path, or you do but the demands exceed your energy and ON time, the possibility of changing careers or shifting roles at your age might feel like a pipe dream. But it’s not.