Register Now for Charting Your Course: A Parkinson’s Primer for the Newly Diagnosed

Charting Your Course

After a diagnosis of Parkinson’s, it can be easy to get lost researching every possible thing that could happen during a Parkinson’s journey. But too much information can be dangerous; it can lead to borrowing trouble, increased stress, and lack of presence. 

One of the keys to living well with Parkinson’s today is to learn how to deal with what’s in front of you and resist the temptation to project too far into the future. Charting Your Course was designed to shorten the distance between three life-changing words — “You have Parkinson’s” — and living well.

Just a decade ago, researchers, clinicians, and people living with Parkinson’s alike did not stress the importance of exercise, stress management, diet, and other positive life choices on Parkinson’s. Today, we know that your experience can be impacted in a positive way by your choices and actions. The information we share here is a way for you to learn about these actions without being overwhelmed by information.

Charting Your Course is designed as a four-week introduction to Parkinson’s, with one lesson scheduled for each day. However, just as your Parkinson’s journey is personal and unique to you, Charting Your Course allows you to choose your pace and is totally flexible. You will have access to all four weeks of content as soon as you register, and you can walk through the content in any order you wish.

After 16 years of working to help people live well with Parkinson’s, we know those three life-changing words don’t have to mean giving up on the kind of life you imagined for yourself or your family. Charting Your Course will help you understand why.

Register for Charting Your Course

Click here to register for Charting Your Course: A Parkinson’s Primer for the Newly Diagnosed. There is no fee for participating, and you will have access to the material for as long as you wish. If you have questions about Charting Your Course, now or at any time, please email blog@dpf.org.

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