What’s Coming Next Month: June 2021

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Join us in June for a conversation with Angela Duckworth about grit and Parkinson’s, advice about relationships, boxing, and nutrition, Team DPF events that will inspire you to move and support others living with Parkinson’s, and much more!


Grit: Passions, Perseverance, and Parkinson’s with Angela Duckworth
Tuesday, June 1, 2021
10 am Mountain Daylight Time
(9 am PDT, 11 pm CDT, 12 pm EDT, 5 pm GMT)
In Angela Duckworth’s book Grit, she examines why some people succeed and others fail, and why talent is hardly a guarantor of success. During this webinar we will discuss whether human behavior is constant or circumstantial, how behavior change really happens, the mindsets that help people succeed regardless of challenges, and what Angela learned from having a father who lived with Parkinson’s. To register for the webinar, click here.

Care Partner Monthly Meetup
Tuesday, June 1, 2021
12 pm Mountain Daylight Time (11 am PDT, 1 pm CDT, 2 pm EDT, 7 pm GMT)
During our Care Partner Monthly Meetup, Connie Carpenter Phinney, care partner to her husband and our founder, Davis Phinney, holds space to discuss the concerns, challenges, and questions that many Parkinson’s care partners have today. To register for the meetup, click here.

YOPD Women: Relationships, Intimacy, and Parkinson’s
Wednesday, June 2, 2021
12 pm Mountain Daylight Time (11 am PDT, 1 pm CDT, 2 pm EDT, 7 pm GMT)
In this month’s YOPD Women’s Council, our council members will be talking about the added challenges for women living with Parkinson’s as it relates to contraception and pregnancy. 

The Latest and Greatest on Boxing and Parkinson’s
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
12 pm Mountain Daylight Time (11 am PDT, 1 pm CDT, 2 pm EDT, 7 pm GMT)
If you’ve been living with Parkinson’s for a while, chances are good that you’ve either heard about how beneficial boxing is for people with Parkinson’s, or you’ve attended many boxing classes yourself. But how familiar are you with the latest and greatest research about boxing and Parkinson’s? In this webinar, our panel members will share specifics about the research they’ve conducted and will describe the effects of Parkinson’s severity and duration of boxing training on changes in balance, mobility, and quality of life for people living with mild or moderate to severe Parkinson’s. You will also have the chance to ask the panel members, John Dean, Josefa Domingos, and Sara Rigarre, your questions. To register for the webinar, click here.

YOPD Council: YOPD and Nutrition
Thursday, June 17, 2021
1 pm Mountain Daylight Time (12pm PDT, 2pm CDT, 3pm EDT, 8pm GMT)
During this session, our YOPD Council leaders will talk about the many ways what they eat and drink helps them live well with Parkinson’s. To register, click here.

Health Disparities and Parkinson’s: The LGBTQAI+ Community 
Tuesday, June 29, 2021
1 pm Mountain Daylight Time (12 pm PDT, 2 pm CDT, 3 pm EDT, 7 pm GMT)
Living well with Parkinson’s takes support – from our families, communities, healthcare professionals, workplaces, government, and more. When those systems are compromised due to systemic oppression, bias, or lack of inclusion, health outcomes are compromised. In this webinar, Wissam Deeb, MD, and Nicole Rosendale, MD, help us understand how issues faced by the LGBTQ+ community show up in Parkinson’s care and how we can increase awareness and create more inclusive spaces to address inequities. To register, click here.


Team DPF is our grassroots fundraising community made up of individuals who have a passion for helping improve quality of life for people affected by Parkinson’s. There are many ways you can be a part of Team DPF, and to be sure you stay in-the-know about events and fundraisers, you can sign up for the Team DPF newsletter at the bottom of this page.

Every Victory Counts Challenge
Every Victory Counts Challenge
uly 2021
The Davis Phinney Foundation and Team DPF present the second annual Every Victory Counts Challenge. Move any WAY you want anyWHERE you want in a movement challenge that you create. Walk a mile a day. Bike 500 miles. Dance, practice yoga, or play. Whatever your challenge, you’ll join a group of passionate people celebrating the importance of movement and exercise to living well with Parkinson’s. Click here to learn more and register.

Ride the Rockies
June 12-18, 2021
Colorado Rockies, USA
The 2021 route rolls along the banks of the Animas River, winds through Southern Ute Tribal Land, climbs the Uncompahgre Plateau, and ventures deep (and high) into the San Juan Mountains. There is no doubt that this will truly be the bike ride of a lifetime. Join the Team here.

Tour de Victory Cycling Challenge
July 10, 2021
Boulder, CO
Join Team DPF for the Tour de Victory Cycling Challenge on the beautiful country roads of Boulder, Colorado, this summer and support the Davis Phinney Foundation. This beloved Front Range ride, featuring 50K and 100K route options, starts and ends at Gunbarrel Brewing Company. For more information, click here.

Roll Massif Copper Triangle
August 7, 2021
Copper Mountain, CO
This road sportive is graced with breathtaking scenery, gorgeous roads, and three climbs over 10,000 feet. The 79-mile loop crests three Colorado mountain passes: Fremont Pass (Elev. 11,318’), Tennessee Pass (Elev. 10,424’), and Vail Pass (Elev. 10,662’) for a total elevation gain of 6,500 feet. To sign up, click here.


Our Every Victory Counts® manual is packed with up-to-date information about everything Parkinson’s, plus an expanded worksheets and resources section to help you put what you’ve learned into action. Request your free copy of the Every Victory Counts manual by clicking the button below.

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Thank you to our 2021 Peak Partners, Adamas, Amneal, Kyowa Kirin, and Sunovion, as well as our Every Victory Counts Gold Sponsor AbbVie Grants, Silver Sponsor Lundbeck, and Bronze Sponsors Supernus and Theravance for helping us provide the Every Victory Counts manual to our community for free.

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