May Staying Connected Newsletter

Community Share & Open Discussion
Tuesday, May 9th
10:00am – 11:30am ET

It’s been a few months since we’ve hosted an open discussion…we welcome those living with Parkinson’s and those caring for people living with Parkinson’s to come and share questions, comments, and information with fellow community members.
This is a facilitated discussion, ledby volunteers who either have Parkinson’s or care/cared for someone living with Parkinson’s.

Click Here to Register for this Event

Finding Hope and Inspiration
Tuesday, May 17th
10:00am – 11:30am ET

Join us for a viewing of the previously recorded webinar of the Davis Phinney Foundation’s Living With Parkinson’s Meetup panel discussion of the topic: Finding Hope and Inspiration.
A diverse group of individuals living with Parkinson’s share their stories, tips, and insights on how they find hope and inspiration while living with Parkinson’s. A facilitated discussion will occur after watching the video.

Click Here to Register for this Event!

The Importance of Building
Your Care Team

Tuesday, May 23rd
10:00am-11:30am ET

In this Watch & Discuss, we will view a previously recorded webinar presented by the PMD Alliance. Movement Disorder Neurologist Dr. Jaime Hatcher-Martin MD, PhD, FAAN will discuss why it is important to develop your care team and how this team should hear, acknowledge your needs and help you navigate the care system.

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Did You Know?
PSN has a listing of research studies posted on our website — Take a look!

ICYMI: Recording of Dr. Maria De Leon Webinar

In Our Parkinson’s Community…

  • May 9 7pm ET – Intimacy with PD: 10 Steps to Make It Easier hosted by the Young Onset Parkinson’s Network (YOPN) – visit to register.
  • New! online support group for Veteran’s with Early Onset Parkinson’s Disease through Richmond VA/PADRECC, for more info, download this flyer!
  • The PMD Alliance has a the More You Know video series where a Movement Disorder Specialist explains each of the FDA approved medications for Parkinson’s Disease.
  • is a website that publishes books or artwork created by people who have Parkinson’s. The purpose of is to inspire people with Parkinson’s to continue to pursue their creative outlets.
  • Learn more about The National Plan to End Parkinson’s Act. This video gives you more information about this historic legislation. You can learn more here about the bill and urge Congress to support the plan.
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