Join us tomorrow/Tuesday September 28th at the Parkinson’s Support Group via Zoom at 10am – 11:30am EDT! 

This month’s topic: Are you Tired? Sleep and sleep hygiene!

This month’s discussion topic is about sleep and sleep hygiene. Did you watch the YouTube video we highlighted at our Café this month? Do you have questions, suggestions, or just want to talk to others living with Parkinson’s about what they do for sleep issues? Then, please join us!

This is a facilitated discussion by volunteers who have are living with Parkinson’s or have cared for someone living with Parkinson’s disease. This will be an open share talking about expanding your opportunities. Use this link to register now for this online event.

This meeting will be held from 10am EDT until 11:30am EDT. You are welcome to join the discussion anytime and stay for as long as you can.

Registration is required. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. To register, click here.

Our Side by Side Support groups are made possible by generous donations from our donors and the sponsored by of the following organizations:

Just Announced!

The School of Dance at George Mason University announces free Dance for Parkinson’s Disease (Dance for PD®) classes, offered this fall on their Fairfax campus. Classes Begin: this Friday, October 1st
Dance for PD is a movement-based class that begins slowly with warm-up movements and progresses to combinations of movements to a variety of uplifting music. The class offers not only physical benefits, but also reduces the dancers’ social isolation which is commonly associated with this neurological disease.
Click here for more information. 
To register and learn more about this program, please email Assistant Professor Shaun D’Arcy at

Lucy Bowen McCauley will be leading the classes offered at George Mason this fall. Lucy Bowen has been leading Dance for PD classes for thirteen years. BMDC is the only Dance Company that is a licensed affiliate of the Mark Morris Dance Group’s researched-backed Dance for PD program in the Mid-Atlantic region.  

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