You May Have Parkinson's But Parkinson's Does NOT Have to Have You

Did you know that Ohioans have a 13% higher chance of being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease?   Parkinson's patients suffer from frequent falls, insomnia, depression, hallucinations and the inability to care for themselves. It has become a family disease in that family members are challenged with caring for them and helping them live the best life they can.  

Come to a mini-course that shows Parkinson's patients what they can do to walk taller, fall less often, sleep better, experience less depression and enjoy a high quality of life. 

You will learn:

  • How to talk to the doctor about symptoms
  • 2 things you can do to beat or delay the progression of the disease
  • 3 food you should eat regularly to help  manage symptoms
  • Where to find money to pay for care.

If you are a caregiver, or know a caregiver, please come to this very informative mini-course.

Dates:  June 19, 2018 at 1:00pm            July 10, 2018 at 7:00pm            July 17, 2081 at 7:00pm

This program is presented by the Caregiver Relief Network and sponsored by the Friends of the Kirtland Public Library.