Nothing is truly stationary in our lives. The reality is that change is imminent. #MotivationMonday
Birthdays Are More Than Just Any Day! Birthdays are to be celebrated and treasured! #ThanfulThursday #ThoughtfulThursday
Keep inspired! Amazing events are happening all around us – all the time. See the morning sunrise. Watch the night sky. Observe! #MotivationMonday
Recognize and reward the fruits of your labor and other’s achievements! #MotivationMonday
The morning glow of beaming light through the trees, paints a glorious awakening for the start of the day. A dramatic sunrise fuels the spirit. #MotivationMonday by Karl Robb
Nature rejuvenates and replenishes. Take in the gift of Nature without disturbing the residents. #MotivationMonday
WPC Kyoto 2019 I have had the good fortune to attend 3 World Parkinson Congresses:
Ben Franklin is quoted to having said: “Do not anticipate trouble or worry about
Don’t be alarmed– but be aware, my fellow Parkinson’s disease travelers! As if we didn’t
I am so grateful and honored to announce that for the fourth year in a
I recently joined a Rock Steady Boxing class! The class and the instructor are wonderful!
Parkinson’s Disease (PD) knows no boundaries, when it comes to age. Young, middle aged, or
I have been fortunate to have attended 2 World Parkinson Congresses, Washington and Montreal. Both
Today, the newest James Bond blockbuster, SPECTRE, is released in the United States! The Bond
At the time of my diagnosis, I was said to be in the rare two percentile of patients. Now, according to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (PDF) it is estimated four percent of people with PD are diagnosed before the age of 50. It is estimated that 60,000 new cases are diagnosed a year and somewhere between 1 million to 1.5 million people in the United States are living with it.
I was going through my files of paperwork and came across years of documents that I considered to be motivational, inspirational, and truly worth being read and reread.
Yesterday, I had the honor and privilege of testifying in front of the United States
This is a gentle reminder to all the selfless caregivers, care-partners, doctors, nurses, orderlies, therapists,
Animals have healing properties all of their own. Look deep into these amazing and loving eyes and you can sense the intense power.
I have strategies to counteract Parkinson’s disease, but like most of us, I falter and forget to use them. I am exploring a 10 minute a day mind and body exercise program to see if just adding this short time can improve my day.
Nutrition in general is a vital component to our daily health and to someone with Parkinson’s, diet is even more crucial. Staying hydrated and eating the right fruits and vegetables will keep your digestion active to help avoid constipation.
Parkinson’s never asked me if it come and play,
It’s the kind of houseguest you wish would go away.
Keeping focus and staying mindful is a daily challenge for most of us but
Modern medicine is remarkable and the leaps that we have made show great promise for our future.
It has occurred to me that there are so many “experts” about Parkinson’s disease who
It will take change to make a difference in our own care. We can’t rely totally on Western medicine. You only see your neurologist a few times a year.
Parkinson’s disease has taught me so much about living! It has brought me a perspective, a purpose, and a focus!
Getting your point across is what we all strive to do in our daily interactions.