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Parkinson's Connection Orange County

A Special Event for Those Newly Diagnosed with Parkinson's

A Parkinson's diagnosis can be overwhelming but you are not alone and there are things you can do to fight back and live well with Parkinson's. Learning the basics and getting connected to resources as soon as possible after diagnosis can make all the difference in living well with your diagnosis.  We are partnering with Rogue PT & Wellness to bring you information from professionals and from people living with PD.  Sign up and learn how exercise, healthy eating, medications, music, and dance can all help you live better today.

Jump Start

Our  quarterly Jump Start seminars will help you get started on living your best life with Parkinson's.          

Learn the basics of living well with Parkinson's from a Movement Disorder Neurologist.

Find out how exercise can be your best defense with Claire McLean PT, DPT,  Board Certified Neurological Clinical Specialist and founder of Rogue PT & Wellness.

Learn about services and programs available to you in Orange County and meet with program leaders.

Meet others with Parkinson's.

Personalize Your Plan

Meet one on one with a resource specialist or counselor to answer your questions and assist you in finding programs and services close to home.

Meetings may be in person or virtual depending on availability.

Need more help?

Thanks to a community grant from the Parkinson's Foundation, we are able to provide a limited number of  sessions with a counselor or social worker at no cost to you.  If you would like more details, please email info@pdbuzz.com.

Our Next Jump Start is Coming Up in the Spring of 2022

Featuring Guest Speakers:

Dr. Mindy Bixby   Movement Disorder Neurologist

Claire McLean   PT, DPT, NCS

 

Don't want to wait for the next seminar?  You can check out our most recent Jump Start event here.

Guest Speakers:

Movement Disorder Neurologist Dr. Mindy Bixby

Neurological Physical Therapist Claire McLean

Lauren Williamson, Parkinson's Foundation

 

Parkinson's Foundation

This program is sponsored by a Parkinson's Foundation Community Grant.