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What are your favorite Parkinson’s resources?

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What are your favorite Parkinson’s resources?

While living with Parkinson’s may make you feel like you’re constantly navigating unchartered waters, the truth is that even if nobody shares your exact experience, there are fabulous resources out there to help you live well. In addition, people with Parkinson’s are some of the most welcoming and generous people you’ll ever meet, and many will go out of their way to support, encourage and befriend you along the way.

Today, two of our Davis Phinney Foundation Ambassadors share the resources that have been the most helpful to them on their journey to living well with Parkinson’s. 

In this video, Rich Wildau shares some of his local favorites as well as general ideas for how to make the most out of the resources in your area. 

Rich Wildau is a Davis Phinney Foundation Ambassador. If you’d like to connect with Rich, you can do so here. Watch more of Rich’s videos here.

In this video, Tom talks about the value of helping others by helping yourself. 

Tom Palizzi is a Davis Phinney Foundation Ambassador. If you’d like to connect with Tom, you can do so here. Watch more of Tom’s videos here.

Mentioned in these Videos

Parkinson’s Association of the Rockies
The Tremble Clefs
Dance for PD
Pedaling for Parkinson’s Colorado
Parkinson’s Foundation
The World Parkinson’s Congress
The Victory Summit®   
The Every Victory Counts® manual and ebook
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