Connie Carpenter Phinney is an entrepreneur, author, artist, lifelong athlete, Parkinson’s advocate and Board Chair for the Davis Phinney Foundation.
In this video Connie talks about what it’s like to be a primary care partner for her husband, Davis Phinney, and offers practical advice for those who help others live well with Parkinson’s.
This video was shot at The Victory Summit® event in Oklahoma City in December 2017. If you’re interested in joining us for The Victory Summit in 2018, we have five more to choose from this year. Find your favorite location and register for free here.
Resources Connie mentioned in her talk:
Podcast: How Facial Masking Influences Perceptions with Kelsey Phinney and Dr. Linda Tickle Degnen
Podcast: Living Well with REM Sleep Behavior Disorder with Kelsey Phinney, Connie Carpenter Phinney and Dr. Benzi Kluger
Podcast: Growing Up with Parkinson’s with Kelsey Phinney
Book: My Degeneration by Peter Dunlap-Shohl
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