Empower Hours

Empower Hours

‘Engaging MD Charleston Participants’

RSVP Instructions listed under each Event

For More Information email Diana Parrish at dparrish@parkinson.org

All Empower Hours will be available via ZOOM – Please RSVP to appropriate contact

Thursday, April 15 – 6pm – 7pm   “ The Astronaut’s Secret” with Rich and Nancy Clifford

RSVP to Diana Parrish at dparrish@parkinson.org to get ZOOM link and more information

Thursday, April 22 – 6pm – 7pm     “Your Happy Spot: Tips for The Parkinson’s Care Giver” 

Informal gathering for Care Givers/Partners to relax and share ideas and ask questions.

RSVP to Heather Walters at heatheriwalters02@gmail.com to get ZOOM link and your ‘blue martini’ recipe

Thursday, April 29 – 6pm – 7pm      “Learn about LSVT BIG and LOUD”

LSVT Global will discuss this program. Demonstrations will be performed by local certified LSVT clinicians.  Information about local providers will be available.

RSVP to Pat Ruppe at patrick.ruppe@foxrehab.org to get the ZOOM link

Thursday, May 6 – 12 noon – 1pm  “Showcasing Rock Steady Boxing” with Gritbox Fitness

Learn from one of your local Rock Steady Trained Instructors on why this program works for people with Parkinson’s.

RSVP to Dr. Wayne Weart at weartcw@musc.edu to get the ZOOM link

Thursday, May 13 – 6pm – 7pm “Collaborative Work with the Parkinson’s Foundation: Why It’s so Important!”-  MUSC Movement Disorder Team

Pre-recorded session from MUSC Movement Disorder Team followed by live Q&A with Nicole Cool

RSVP to Nicole Cool at cool@musc.edu to get ZOOM link

Sunday, May 16 @ from 1pm – 2pm  “Share So They Care: Helping Children Learn About Parkinson’s”

Interactive event targeted for children age’s 4 – 8.  Would love to have one parent and/or person the child loves who has PD to participate.

RSVP to Brooke Hansel at brooke.vinovibe@gmail.com to get ZOOM link and more information on this interactive session. Promise it will be fun!

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