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Moving Day(r) Columbus

Registration Now Open for Moving Day® Columbus Join us on Sunday, September 20, 2015 at the Columbus Crew Stadium for our Annual event. Last year, we raised over $167,000 from nearly 900 participants, far surpassing the initial goal of $115,000. This year, we are setting our sights even higher, with a goal of $175,000. With your continued support, we can meet our goal, showing “People Who Move Change the World®” More...

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Backwoods Fest

Mark your calendars for The 2015 Thornville Backwoods Fest. Over 300 vendors, more than 30 different kinds of food and 3 days of bluegrass music. September 18, 19 & 20th, Friday, 8-6, Saturday 8-6 and Sunday 8-5. Adult admission $9.00 Kids 10 and under are free and parking is free! 

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CareMAP

Introducing CareMAP: An Online Guide to Caring for Someone with Advanced Parkinson's Disease NPF is pleased to announce the launch of CareMAP, which provides practical suggestions for coping with the complex problems that arise as a result of advanced Parkinson's disease. Explore caremap.parkinson.org today! More...

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Caring and Coping - A Caregiver's Guide to Parkinson's Disease

The new Caring and Coping is a comprehensive guide for caregivers of people with Parkinson’s at any stage. The workbook contains tips and tools to make the caring journey as productive as possible with the least amount of stress. The book focuses on your dual role as a caregiver: caring for someone with Parkinson’s disease, and taking care of yourself More...

 
Moving Day(r) Columbus

Moving Day Columbus 2015

 

 

Registration Now Open for Moving Day® Columbus

Join us on Sunday, September 20, 2015 at the Columbus Crew Stadium for our Annual event. Last year, we raised over $167,000 from nearly 900 participants, far surpassing the initial goal of $115,000.  This year, we are setting our sights even higher, with a goal of $175,000.  With your continued support, we can meet our goal, showing “People Who Move Change the World®”

 

 

REGISTER NOW:  www.movingdaycolumbus.org

 

 

 
 



The Importance of Exercise
The Importance of Exercise and Activity FOR PEOPLE WITH PARKINSON’S Staying active is important for people with Parkinson’s disease. Regular exercise can help combat muscle stiffness, posture changes and weakness, as well as balance, walking and other mobility changes. Physical activity can also help manage constipation, which is commonly seen in people with Parkinson’s. More...


NPF Study Finds That Regular Exercise Can Decline in Quality of Life
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Exercise Improves Depression in People with Parkinson's
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Parkinson's Care Line
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The National Parkinson Foundation Removes Barriers to Expert Parkinson’s Care Through Telemedicine
The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) announced today that the Connect.Parkinson national research study, comparing telemedicine care delivered to remote patients from a Parkinson's disease center of excellence to community-based care for Parkinson's disease, has achieved its enrollment target. More...


Need Help Applying for Benefits?
Annie Wallis, Program Manager for National Parkinson Foundation of Central and Southeast Ohio, is now able to help you apply for benefits through the Ohio Benefits Bank! More...






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