September 7, 2017
Baymont Inn & Suites
Cost is $10 and includes lunch
9:25am Welcome — Dick Weber
9:30am Laura Logsdon, BSN, RN
Duopa-Treatment Option for Advanced Parkinson’s
10:30am Break (view exhibits)
10:45am Randy Tank, Great Plains Rehabilitation
Home and Vehicle Accessibility
12:00pm Catered Lunch and Entertainment by Braveheart
12:45pm Dr. Ralph Dunnigan, MD Mid-Dakota Clinic, Neurology
Living with Parkinson’s
1:45pm Break (view exhibits)
2:00pm Pastor Gary Heaton
Learning to Live with a Progressive Disease
3:00pm Closing — Dick Weber
PARKINSON’S SUPPORT GROUP PICNIC
SERTOMA PARK COMMUNITY SHELTER
300 RIVERSIDE RD. BISMARCK
THURSDAY, AUGUST 10 5:00-7:00 P.M.
Come, bring your family and enjoy fellowship with group members.
The Community Shelter is air-conditioned if that is a concern.
Musical entertainment will be provided by BRAVE HEART.
The meal will be provided by the Bismarck Parkinson’s Support Group and served by your board members.
The next monthly support group meeting will be Thursday, July 13. The speaker will be Megan Dooley, Occupational Therapist from the University of Mary.
After our meeting, we are all invited to St. Gabriel’s Open House, from 4-6pm in the new chapel at St. Gabriel’s Community.
The monthly support group meeting for Thursday, June 8 will feature the following speaker:
He will be talking about DUOPA, a new procedure for helping control some of the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.
The monthly support group meeting for Thursday, May 11 will feature the following speakers:
Dr. Syed Shiraz Hyder
VP Medical Affairs/Chief Medical Officer, Neurologist at CHI St. Alexius Health
speaking on the History of Parkinson’s
Certified Therapists from St. Gabriel’s
speaking on the Big and Loud Program
Here are the race details for Saturday’s Race for Parkinson’s!
Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. at the Community Shelter in Sertoma Park
Race times are:
- 1 mile walk/run 8:30 a.m.
- 10K/5K competitive Run: 9 a.m.
- Kids run:9:45 a.m.
Here is a map of the course:
Governor Doug Burgum proclaims April as Parkinson’s Awareness Month in North Dakota
To view the proclamation, click here Parkinson’s Awareness Proclamation 2017